Imagine raising a glass of champagne to Nicole Kidman, dining with Andy Warhol, or being serenaded by A-listers like Freddie Mercury and Elton John—all at once.
That can become a reality at The Peninsula Hong Kong, which is presenting Nights at Studio 54, an immersive theatrical production created by the London-based theatre company Secret Theatre, from October 6 to December 10 at its modern European restaurant Felix.
The show is inspired by Studio 54, the iconic New York City nightclub that operated from 1977 to 1986 and is still remembered today as the epicentre of disco and hedonism of its time. The nightclub attracted A-listers in droves: Hollywood’s elite rubbed shoulders with politicians and drag queens. Nights at Studio 54 will present stories based on the urban myths of what went on behind the club’s curtains. Actors portraying screen and music legends of yesteryear—and today—will mingle with guests. An elaborate three-course meal will be served—a move that pays homage to Studio 54’s “secret dinners” as well as Paris’s Moulin Rouge.