martes, 13 de octubre de 2009

The Guardian

This is another of Villa Crespo's "behind closed doors" experiences - and one that will certainly leave an impression. Inspired by David Lynch's Mulholland Drive, Israeli Argentinian musician Shoni Shed created Club Silencio. At 11pm every Friday night he puts on a performance in his apartment for an audience of 28, all of who are blindfolded on arrival. The idea is to stimulate their other senses (no, nothing dirty) and step into the unknown. The show lasts around an hour and a half. Then, on a good night, guests stick around, a bar menu appears, and the event morphs into an artsy house party.
• Entrance costs $25 pesos pp (£3.90). Due to growing popularity and limited space, reservation is essential. Address given when you call
+54 11 4775 7330