Surrender to the pleasures of Paradise where everything is sacred and nothing is forbidden. “The Devouring: A Marriage of Heaven and Hell” presents an elaborate collection of performance, conceived and presented by Brooklyn nightlife collective House of Yes, paired with a theatrical feast created by Michelin star chef John Fraser and hosted by the incandescent Nik Alexander. Through performances inspired by the poetic texts of William Blake and his work “The Marriage of Heaven and Hell”, we experience the truth that there’s no light without darkness, no heaven without hell, no order without chaos. Through sense and pleasure, we come together in celebration of what it means to be human.
What: “The Devouring: A Marriage of Heaven and Hell” presents an elaborate collection of performance, conceived and presented by Brooklyn nightlife collective House of Yes, paired with a theatrical feast created by Michelin star chef John Fraser and hosted by the incandescent Nik Alexander. The show is 21+.
Where: The Times Square EDITION – Paradise Club
When: Every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday 7:30PM-10:00PM
Doors at 8:00pm. Seating at 8:30pm sharp. If you are late, the show must go on. You are invited to dance with us throughout the night, and your ticket includes entry to our afterparty. If you wish to extend your table reservation beyond 10:30pm, please reach out to our team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Paradise Club is an inventive, chaotic, high production spectacle perfectly suited for Times Square. The brainchild of Studio 54’s Ian Schrager, and with a touch of magic by Brooklyn’s House of Yes, this edgy and provocative modern-day Cabaret manifests the disorder of the City and adds a whole new dimension to the hotel and to Times Square.
The club is the home to The Devouring, created by Anya Sapozhnikova, Matthew Dailey and Kae Burke of House of Yes and paired with a culinary feast prepared by Michelin-starred chef John Fraser. The Devouring is inspired by William Blake’s The Marriage of Heaven and Hell and will be part theater, part performance art with talent across many disciplines including dance, voice, aerial acrobatics, choreography, costume design and magic. With no formulas, rules or any specific structure, but not for shock value, each performance at Paradise Club will be different from the previous one and different from the next. For a new twist on dining and entertainment, the menu will be original and creative from fried chicken to caviar and everything in between.