Roses. Candles. Good food. Good music. Great company. The first episode of Unplugged featuring Shirma Rouse was a classy, cozy evening of livemusic at The Suicide Club.
Before Rouse graced the stage, guests enjoyed a cocktail or two overlooking the sun setting over Rotterdam. Light conversation filled the air, the familiar rhythm of chatter that comes after the first drink but before the last meal of the day.
As dusk arrived, guests enjoyed the Unplugged menu: a fuyu roll and tuna sashimi, a second course with Supaiku no Kohitsujiand O.G. Tempura, followed by The Suicide Club’s signature Rendang accompanied by sides.
As they dined, creative director Cin Kiota played records that guests had brought from their own collections. Otion performed original spokenword pieces.
When Rouse took the stage, the sun had long set on Rotterdam, and it seemed that The Suicide Club was the only source of light in the whole city. The club hummed with an energy and anticipation that can only be found at live shows.
It was powerful. It was intimate. It was Unplugged.
Ticket to the show: 7.50
Unplugged dinner, three courses, show included, 42.50
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