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Le Poisson Rouge presents Filthy Gorgeous Burlesque Valentines Spectacular! Queen Esther Shelly “The Singing Siren” Watson Tiger Bay Calamity Chang Puss n’ Boots Topher Buesquet Samson Night Minnie Tonka Qualms Galore Minimum Age: 18+ Doors Open: 6:30PM Show Time: 7:30PM Advance: $20 GA | $35 SEATED GA | $55 VIP | $70 FILTHY GORGEOUS VIP | Day of Show: $25 GA | $40 SEATED GA | $65 VIP | $80 FILTHY GOREGOUS VIP | Join Hostess Shelly the Singing Siren Watson and a bevy of burlesque beauties,  Thursday February 14th at Le Poisson Rouge for the Filthy Gorgeous Burlesque Valentines Spectacular! Live jazz music with Queen Esther, and steamy burlesque & circus performances by Miss Coney Island 2017, Tiger Bay, the cat who comes when you call Puss N Boots,  the bendiest boy in burlesque, Topher Bousquet, the Asian Sexsation, Calamity Chang, The Chocolate Charmer of Burlesque, Samson Night, the one woman riot, Minnie Tonka, The problem you wish you had, Qualms Galore! TABLE SEATING POLICY  Table seating for all seated shows is reserved exclusively for ticket holders who purchase “Table Seating” tickets. By purchasing a “Table Seating” ticket you agree to also purchase a minimum of two food and/or beverage items per person. Table seating is first come, first seated. Please arrive early for the best choice of available seats. Seating begins when doors open. Tables are communal so you may be seated with other patrons. We do not take table reservations. A standing room area is available by the bar for all guests who purchase “Standing Room” tickets. Food and beverage can be purchased at the bar but there is no minimum purchase required in this area. All ticket sales […]

December 30, 2019

Wave Hill presents The Armor Hall Concerts Queen Esther February 8th, 2pm Queen Esther, guitar + vocal Jeff McLaughlin, guitar Ben Rubin, double bass Imported from Charleston, SC, and Atlanta respectively, vocalist, songwriter, musician and producer Queen Esther delves into her Lowcountry childhood and harmelodic tendencies to forge a sonic path that melds roots rock, country gospel and twang, creating original songs and reigniting obscure tunes. Concerts begin at 2PM and last approximately one hour with no intermission. Ticket prices (including admission to the grounds): Adults: $30 at the door/$14 at the door for children ages 8-18. Purchase your tickets in advance and save $2 per ticket. Wave Hill Members save 10%. Order tickets online or onsite at the Perkins Visitor Center. Mission Wave Hill is a 28-acre public garden and cultural center in the Bronx overlooking the Hudson River and Palisades. Its mission is to celebrate the artistry and legacy of its gardens and landscapes, to preserve its magnificent views, and to explore human connections to the natural world through programs in horticulture, education and the arts. Since its founding in 1965, Wave Hill has evolved as a unique urban oasis, world-class garden and vital resource. Located in the northwest Bronx overlooking the Hudson River and Palisades and owned by the City of New York, Wave Hill is a must-see for garden enthusiasts and anyone seeking a serene, beautiful place to relax. Wave Hill House, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, dates back to the mid-19th century. Through our thoughtfully stewarded landscape, […]

The Soho Grand presents Queen Esther Sings Jazz January 8th Two sets — 6:30pm and 8pm The Club Room at The Soho Grand 310 W. Broadway 212 965 3588 NO COVER Enjoy an evening of cocktails and dancing at Soho Grand Hotel’s Club Room, which embodies downtown style and old New York nightlife.  Accompanied by pianist Sharp Radway, vocalist and performer Queen Esther relaxes on the axis of the wheel of life to sing standards, hot jazz and lost classics for your listening pleasure. From Paper magazine: “The Club Room acts as a semi-secret clubhouse for New York’s vibrant young creative set, as well as the after-party venue of choice for DJs and musicians on the up-and-up. The mood is upscale but warm, and you can pretty much guarantee that everybody you meet at the bar will have at least one slash in their job titles. “

Prohibition Productions presents The Hot Toddies featuring Queen Esther Secret Room 707 Eighth Ave. January 3rd & 17th Join the Roaring ’20s every Friday at our “Secret” soiree… a speakeasy from another era in midtown featuring smokin’ hot jazz & swing bands, glamorous Chanteuses, scintillating burlesque, swing dancing, tap dancers, special guests, swing DJs, drink specials, and so much more; plus plenty of space to dance! * The Hot Toddies Jazz Band w/Queen Esther (3x sets 7:15-10:30pm) * tap performance by DeWitt Fleming Jr. * MC Dandy Wellington * DJ Brian Ferdman * Happy Hour 6-8pm ($8 red or white / $8 well drink / $5 Beer) * Fridays Specials ($9 house white / $10 Bulleit / $10 pizza) * gorgeous room with space to dance! * convient location on 8th Ave btw 44th & 45th st –> No minimum at bar // $25 minimum at tables <– (entry requires reservations at http://www.SecretRoomNYC.com/Reservation) ——– the skinny ——– PROHIBITION FRIDAYS is built for loungers, dancers, vintage aficionados, and music lovers! We feature some of the top talent in town in a unique event that is part Supper Club, part Cabaret, and part Social Dance celebrating the centennial of the Prohibition Era in the Big Apple! DANCERS please note the venue has a concrete floor, so bring appropriate shoes. Please dance in front of stage (not by bar), and kindly be aware of others and floor craft when crowded! SECRET ROOM is the first spot in forever that reminds us of the glory days at Urbo, but […]

Shanghai Mermaid presents Shanghai Express: Harlem Wednesday, December 4th 1933 8:30pm – 12:30am EARLY BIRD TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW! Live music, dancing, cocktails. Hot jazz and blues by Queen Esther & The Hot Five Burlesque performances by Delysia Lachatte you are invited to a party (series) inspired by the 1932 film shanghai express, about an eccentric cast of characters traveling from peking to shanghai.  each soirée takes place at a different stop along the imagined route of that train. this time, we’ll be stopping over in a subterranean harlem speakeasy in the late years of the harlem renaissance, and on the 86th anniversary of the eve of the repeal of prohibition. HOW MUCH: $25/$29/$35 (early bird/advance/door) WHERE: Alley Cat in The Beekman 10 Theater Alley New York City