Limelight NYC club flyers
Early '90s "HEAVEN at Limelight NYC" flyers for club nights organised by John Blair and Greg Jones.
Cover photography by Sean Kahlil.
The Limelight was a chain of clubs by Peter Gatien and the club in New York City was inarguably the most significant and infamous of all the Limelight locations as it was built in a former Episcopal Church and designed by Ari Bahat.
In the 1990s, it became a prominent place to hear techno, goth, and industrial music and it earned the media's attention in 1996, when club kid Michael Alig was arrested and later convicted for his crime against Angel Melendez, a fellow member of the Club Kids who frequented the club. The 2003 biopic Party Monster, starring Macaulay Culkin and Seth Green, was based on this event.
Approximately: W12.5cm x H17.5cm