This month, receive a complimentary on-site consultation with an architect for the house or apartment renovation of your dreams, courtesy of Standing Architecture.
Free tickets to Suzanna Ross A Little Love, A Little Amour concert at the Metropolitan Room when you spend $25 on food and drink. Tickets are limited.
Receive over 35% off tickets to The Play That Goes Wrong, which runs through November 19.
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From comprehensive to consulting services Standing Architecture LLC will provide architectural design, planning, interior design and lighting design. The practice has developed excellent working relationships with designers, structural & MEP engineers, general contractors and expediters.
Receive a complimentary on-site consultation with an architect for the house or apartment renovation of your dreams, courtesy of Standing Architecture.
Special Offer: Complimentary on-site architect consultation
Suzanna Ross A Little Love, A Little Amour concert at the Metropolitan Room
Suzanna Ross will be singing a repeat performance of A Little Love, A Little Amour. Combining old-style romance with contemporary flair, Suzanna will cover songs from the American, French, and British songbooks. She is known for a warm, sometimes smoky, sometimes poetic sound that lends itself to lush melodies and lyrics sung in both English and French.
The songs include American tunes, French classics, 60s and 70s pop, and movie favorites from the lists of Diana Krall, Sting, Edith Piaf, British pop legend Dusty Springfield, Burt Bacharach, Michel Legrand, French pop legend Francoise Hardy, and more. She will be accompanied by her quartet of musicians from the New York City and European scenes. The tightly knit band moves easily from jazz, to pop, to ballads, and includes piano, bass, sax, and drums.
Date: July 6. 7pm (doors open at 6.15pm)
Venue: Metropolitan Room, 34 W 22nd St, New York, NY 10010
Special Offer: Free tickets when you spend $25 on food and drink. Tickets are limited.
Drive Data Recovery
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In addition to their standard no-cost evaluation/diagnostic service, St. George’s Society members will receive a 15% discount on data recovery services.
The Play That Goes Wrong
Ben Brantley of The New York Times calls THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG “A GUT-BUSTING HIT!” and The Huffington Post says, “THIS IS THE FUNNIEST PLAY BROADWAY HAS EVER SEEN!” Winner of the Olivier Award for BEST NEW COMEDY, this sidesplitting show-within-a-show is a classic murder mystery chock-full of mishaps and more madcap mania than a Monty Python marathon!
Welcome to opening night of The Murder at Haversham Manor where things are quickly going from bad to utterly disastrous. With an unconscious leading lady, a corpse that can’t play dead, and actors who trip over everything (including their lines), it’s bedlam beyond Broadway’s wildest nightmare and “A RIOTOUS EXPLOSION OF COMEDY!” (The Daily Beast).
Date: Through November 19
Venue: Lyceum Theatre Broadway, 149 West 45th Street
Special Offer: Over 35% off tickets
Brits Off Broadway Festival 2017
59E59 Theaters is the number one Off-Broadway destination in New York City and hosts the annual Brits Off Broadway festival when the best of British theater comes to New York in a veritable feast of new work never before seen in the US!
St. George’s Society members can register for FREE membership (worth $59.59) with 59E59 Theaters and enjoy discounts on tickets to more than 40 productions, all year long, including Brits Off Broadway shows as well as a 15% discount at selected local restaurants and $15 parking with your member ticket stub on the day of show.
Date: April 4 – July 2
Venue: 59E59 Theaters, New York
Special Offer: Free membership worth $59.59
From Dickens to Downton: Victorian and Edwardian Food by Carl Raymond
From Dickens to Downton is a journey through British food and dining traditions from the mid 19th century through to the 20th century. Beginning with a look at food references in Dickens which helped establish some of Britain’s most cherished culinary traditions all the way thorough the world of town and country houses known to lovers of Downton Abbey and Upstairs Downstairs, as well as Gosford Park, this talk will take a look at culinary traditions upstairs and downstairs, inside and outside the house. Carl Raymond will lead the audience on a tour of some classic dishes and discuss their background, how they were prepared and served. In addition, he will discuss trends and influences in eating and entertaining from the Industrial Revolution to World War I.