The Week Ahead: November 5-9 on the AVENUE

Monday, November 5, 2018

Here’s what’s going on this week in New York:

MAD about the Party

On Tuesday, the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) will celebrate luminaries from the worlds of art, fashion, real estate, and design at the annual MAD Ball. This year’s event will honor Bottega Veneta, Cadillac, Nancy Rubins, Annabelle Selldorf and Sugar Hill Capital Partners.

Tuesday, November 6

Cipriani 42nd Street, 110 East 42nd Street

A Spaghetti Western

Ballroom Marfa’s Spaghetti Western Gala will be held on November 6, honoring Sofia Coppola. The gala is co-chaired by Charles Attal, Andres & Lauren Santo Domingo, Marc Glimcher, Matthew Day Jackson, Rainer Judd, Maria Giulia Prezioso Maramotti, and Allison Sarofim.

Tuesday, November 6

611 West 50th Street, New York 

The 600-pound Gorilla

This Thursday: King Kong opens on Broadway. The epic modern myth comes alive through an innovative mix of animatronics, puppetry, music and stagecraft.

Thursday, November 8

1681 Broadway, New York

To the Rescue!

To the Rescue! New York is the signature annual benefit of the Humane Society of the United States, supporting the rescue, care, placement and potential rehoming of thousands of animals every year.

Friday, November 9, 6 p.m.

Cipriani 42nd Street, 110 East 42nd Street, New York

Christmas in New York

Thanksgiving is still two weeks away, but Christmas has come to New York with the opening of the Radio City Christmas Spectacular.  Watch as the Rockettes dance their way around the city. 

Friday, November 9

Radio City, 1260 Sixth Avenue, New York

And for more things to do, be sure to check out Avenue’s Social Calendar.


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