Concealed beneath the bustling streets of New York City is SubCulture New York, a theater event location primed and ready for a good time. The venue has been endorsed by many well-known publications as one of the trendiest spots within Manhattan's Soho district. Owner Marc Kaplan takes pride in the establishment’s reputation for delivering distinct event experiences that inspire guests.
The venue boasts a look synonymous with the underground nightlife scene of Manhattan with subdued lighting that gives off a mysterious ambiance. Carefully placed neon lights illuminate sections of the venue and highlight important aspects throughout. Exposed ceilings and brick walls pair well with the functional concrete flooring, rounding off an urban-industrial vibe. Rows of chairs sit on a wooden floor that sits in front of the stage. Here, guests can erect a screen for film viewings, or it can be left as-is during other events.
SubCulture makes use of state-of-the-art lighting and sound equipment in an effort to ensure guests are treated to the finest quality entertainment. Staff here are trained to deliver quality services while emphasizing hospitality. The theatre is large enough to comfortably host up to 220 guests within its 3,000 square foot event space. Marc and his team can facilitate and accommodate a vast range of events, including product and tech launches, company functions, live performances, and more.