Sat, September 1st

Belly Dance Show & Turkish dinner


Doors 6:00pm
Advance Price
Door Price $69
Table Reservation (212) 777-1157

Advanced online ticket sales stop at 5pm on day of show
If available, more tickets are available at door

Hot Bellydancing at Drom 
with Acclaimed Belly Dancer Layla Isis who appeared in Sex and the City2, 
Turkish Dinner & Belly Dancing class!

Please call  917-439-4331 for table reservations


All of the details are below, 6 shows available.
Fri Aug 10 - 2 performances 6pm to 8:30 and 8:30 to 11pm
Sat Aug 18 - 2 performances 6pm to 8:30 and 8:30 to 11pm
Fri Aug 24 - 2 performances 6pm to 8:30 and 8:30 to 11pm
Sat Sept 1 - 2 performances 6pm to 8:30 and 8:30 to 11pm 

Please call 917-439-4331 for table reservations.

 Layla Isis

Get up and dance or just relax and watch the gorgeous Layla Isis and other amazing belly dancers as she mystifies you with her authentic Belly Dance skills.
Layla Isis is a leading, professional belly dancer based in New York City. She has performed in theaters, concert halls, nightclubs and event spaces around the world as a highly sought after solo dance artist and troupe leader and has also appeared in films, televison and music videos. Her dancing style has been called “sophisticated and elegant.”
Known for her dynamic hip work, powerful shimmies, and expressive vibrant performances. Layla is an active member of the Dalia Carella Dance Collective and the classical Arabic music and dance emsemble Zikrayat. She also worked for many years under the tutelage of Jehan Kamal in her company Goddessdance, and school, The Temple of Jehan.
Additional highlights include: The Bellydance superstars, Temptation of Bellydance DVD, Sex and the City 2, and late night with Conan O’ Brian.  

Official Website

  Interesting Details on the deal:

- Artists have performed in Sex and the City 2 and Conan O Brien!

- Turkish dinner includes Kefta (beef) or Chicken, Turkish Rice, Sheppard Salad and Hummus

- PLUS a Belly Dancing Class!! 

Drom Press:

 Best New Dance Club – 2011 by the Village Voice

“The basement dancerie Drom celebrated its reopening in the spring after quietly shutting down more than a year ago. The time off did the space a service. Once just another bar hidden among the dives of the East Village, Drom has now fully embraced its original aim of bringing global dance music to NYC. The club hosts a cozy lounge that leads way into a gorgeous dance floor backlit by the warm flicker of bar lights and a Turkish chandelier that looms above. Here partygoers revel to the sounds of Middle Eastern acts, Latin DJs, and the local underground. “

For more information:
Shabi Samoohi
email: [email protected]