Night Out


The London Cabaret Club

London-West London

4.1 / 5

May 11, 2018

The magnificent London Cabaret Club shows off their new location at Bloomsbury park and their awesome show. For a night around ‘best of British pop’ and some classy dining, the London Cabaret Club is where to be.

The newly opened branch of the London Cabaret Club is at Bloomsburry park. After three solid years of sold out shows, and the locale being where some huge stars have performed-something tells us that this place is where the action happens. If you are after a sophisticated evening dedicated to Britain’s past then this is the place to be.  Only opening their show at the Bloomsbury ballroom in April, the London Cabaret Club has already made a huge impression. With the likes of Amy Winehouse and Adele performing at the Bloomsbury hotel- their venue is classy, elegant and exciting. The mix of entertainment and fine dining works exceptionally well, with your meals being brought out in-between performances. 

Throwbacks to London’s best era’s, the show compiles the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s and 90’s into their show of ‘best of British pop’. Insanely good dancers, extravagant staging and some pretty impressive costumes all take part in their amazing show. All of the acts are choreographed superbly and this is something that you won’t get to see elsewhere (trust us!)

Their menu can be booked with the tickets and depending on how much you spend, and what meal package you go for, you will get different grades of champagne with your booking. Not to worry if you only want to see the show, because their bar mixologists like to make bespoke cocktails which vary each night. They only serve the best of British drinks, which include wines, beers and liquors all made in the UK.
After the magnificent show is over, the DJ takes place centre stage and the audience are invited up for a dance. If you’re lucky, the cast of the show will come out for a drink and maybe to show you some more of their moves! Credit Photo: http://www.thelondoncabaretclub.com/gallery.html

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