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Until Oct 17, 2021
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Closed October 15, 2021
From the depths of Scotland comes Daniel Sloss, a star in the making if there ever was one. As one of the world's youngest comedian stars Sloss performed his first solo West End run at the age of 16. At 31, Sloss has achieved two Netflix specials and four solo off-Broadway runs and now he heads out on his new show, Daniel Sloss: Hubris.
Until October 17, 2021
Comedian, author and activist Chelsea Handler returns for an evening of stand-up comedy and engaging conversation - no topic is taboo! She's back in 2021 with brand new tour, "Vaccinated and Horny". Join Handler for a brilliant night of stand-up, covering everything from topics close to her heart like her pet dogs to the global chaos that is COVID!
October 21, 2021
The Gipsy Kings are hugely influential figures in the world of flamenco and, more widely, world music as a whole. They blend flamenco with a sprinkling of Latin rhythms, western pop and jazz. Comprised of two sets of brothers, the Reyes' and the Baliardos, who banded together in 1979 under the original moniker Los Reyes, the group have sold over 25 million records worldwide.
October 22, 2021
In 2015 post bop jazz pioneer Kamasi Washington released a studio album spanning three volumes that clocked in at 170 minutes and was aptly named The Epic. This critically acclaimed debut followed years of collaborating with and playing for the likes of Thundercat, Kendrick Lamar, Erykah Badu and Snoop Dogg. Now the genre-bending bandleader hits the road in once again!
October 24, 2021
Food lovers rejoice. The mad scientist of the kitchen is back this year with his third serving of live culinary wonder: Beyond The Eats. Once again, the ingenious chef combines the ingredients of comedy, science, music, mayhem, multimedia presentations and audience interaction, to create one unforgettable dish!
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The Beacon Theater, originally opened in 1929 as a movie theater, was designed by Chicago architect Walter W. Ahlschlager. The theater has a seating capacity of 2,894 and has three tiers. During the 1970s, the venue started to host concerts and other music events, and is now one of the leading music and entertainment venues in New York, managed by the Madison Square Garden Company. The 2011 and 2012 Tony Awards, which were broadcast on CBS-TV, were hosted at the Beacon Theater. In 1982, it joined the National Register of Historic Places, and in November 2006 the theatre was added to MSG Entertainment's family of world-class venues.
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