• We Will See You in 2021!


    Thank you for your patience as we took the time to review our options for the Inner Circle Show. For nearly 100 years, our annual event has raised much-needed funds for local charities. This year, we’re taking a pause to allow our beautiful city to stay inside and #FlattenTheCurve.


    We will not be gathering together to celebrate in person this year, but we know you’ll make next year’s show the best one yet. Meanwhile, your continued support during this unprecedented time allows us to carry on our mission. Click here to support us.


    And stay tuned as we explore ways to provide a virtual glimpse into what we were working on this year!


    Stay safe. Stay healthy. We’ll see you next year!

Countdown to Show Night – April 1

“Trumped! de Blasio to the Rescue?” the 2017 Inner Circle Show hits the boards April 1 at our new venue, the Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel, 52nd St. and 7th Ave.

Tickets are going fast and may still be purchased via this link . Screen Shot 2017-02-22 at 2.58.36 PM copy

It’s our 95th show and keeping with tradition is a funny musical parody of local and national politics and politicians.

After our Saturday night performance, Mayor Bill de Blasio will respond with his own song, dance and comical skits.  Rumors have started about which celebrities and hit Broadway musical cast will join the mayor on stage.


Last year, the audience was treated to the stars of “Hamilton,” and Democratic Presidential hopeful Hilary Rodham Clinton.

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton perform at the 94th annual Inner Circle Dinner at the New York Hilton Hotel in Manhattan on Saturday, April 9, 2016. New York City political reporters lampooned presidential candidates, the Mayor and Gov. Andrew Cuomo during the show. The Inner Circle donates a portion of the proceeds from the gala dinner-show to some 100 New York charities. (Photo: David Handschuh/The Inner Circle)

The Inner Circle Show is ranked by BizBash as one of New York City’s top 100 events for the past several years. Proceeds are donated to more than 100 local New York City-based charities.




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