Newhouse After Dark Halloween Special: Flesh Junkies, Clutter, Anjoli Chadha

Photo credit: Jen Artesi

Calling all you witches and ghouls! Join us in Shinbone Alley for the Newhouse After Dark Halloween Special, a fang-tastic costume party featuring performances by Staten Island’s own: the Flesh Junkies, Clutter, and Anjoli Chadha. Best costume wins a prize!

WHEN: Friday, October 22 | 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
WHERE: Shinbone Alley
ADMISSION: General admission: $10 | Snug Harbor Members: $8

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Photo credit: Charles Sullivan

About the Flesh Junkies: This Zombie Punk Cabaret uses classic punk, glam, and rock covers to illustrate their offbeat personal reminiscences about life and romance among the undead. Their songs of zombies, vampires, werewolves, serial killers, drugs, and television were written by such ’70s punk luminaries as The Cramps, The Mumps, X, Blondie, and Talking Heads, not to mention their predecessors The Stooges, Bowie, and Lou Reed. Put this band in your ear and let it lay its eggs.

About Clutter: Clutter is a mix of electronic and avant-garde dance music. Bones & Brett hail from NYC and Philly and have played music together for over twelve years. Their multi-sensory performances often involve projection, dance, and other media.

About Anjoli Chadha: Anjoli Chadha started performing as the dancing member of a cabaret band in New Delhi, India in 2008. Since then she has been training in martial arts- Indian- Kalaripayattu and Afro-Brazilian-capoeira. She has been performing her solo acts in all boroughs of NY since 2011. Anjoli Chadha is a Dance/Movement therapist and the creator of Sentient Dance.

This event takes place outdoors and will require several steps to access the event space. For specific accessibility requests or questions, please email ssalmon@snug-harbor.org

This event is made possible through generous support from the Samuel I. Newhouse Foundation, the New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of the Governor and the New York State Legislature, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.