- Night Out
May 11, 2018
An unassuming wooden door guarded by burly-looking bouncers opens into what they call the ’theatre of varieties’, an exotically embellished cabaret club drowned in red lighting, golden details and opulent interiors. Known for its late-night shows and its ‘devil-may-care’ attitude, The Box in Soho, London is the perfect complement to its promiscuous New York counterpart.
Get yourself a reservation, dress to impress and show up any time after 11:00pm to indulge in the saucier side of the capital’s nightlife. Grab yourself a box burger and fries and enjoy the decadent atmosphere with friends as you wait for the first of the night’s raunchy shows to begin at 1:00am. Settle in for a rollercoaster ride of debauchery, acrobatics and steamy burlesque; it’s a tantalising treat for those in the mood for something a little less vanilla. As a nightclub that’s particularly beloved by the rich and famous, be sure to keep your eyes peeled for that night’s high-roller guests. At over £1,000.00 a table, you’re certain to spy a well-known face or two, whether they want to be seen or not.
After the crowd-pleasing acts have shown off their favourite tricks (and a number of body parts, no doubt), the DJ steals the spotlight, and the lights are dimmed to create the ultimate party experience. Grab another drink and hit the dance floor before being kicked out at 3:00am unless, that is, you happen to be one of the night’s VIPs.