The London Cabaret Club is bursting back onto London’s nightlife scene in an explosion of sequins, music and gastronomy, for a month-long extravaganza at one of the capital’s most spectacular venues - The Collection.
The show’s prodigious combination of world-class, specialty acts and exquisitely choreographed dancers with fine dining, wines and cocktails earned the unique, pop-up-cabaret critical acclaim, during its three-day spectacular at One Mayfair last November.
And its eagerly-awaited return on 8th - 31st May will build on this success, with dazzling entertainment celebrating all that is Great about Britain, from a two/three-course menu of our country’s most beloved dishes, to surprise guest performances from the UK’s most talented celebrities and a heart-stopping, cabaret journey through British culture, including dancing soldiers, acrobats, strong men and the peerless contemporary dance for which they have become renowned.
Guests enter The London Cabaret Club’s sensational new home via a dramatic, glass bridge catwalk designed by Sir Norman Foster and arrive at The Collection’s award-winning, cavernous mezzanine for the revolutionary, new cabaret concept founded by Evelina Girling and Doni Fierro.
The glamorous brand’s sold-out, three-day launch was a glittering hotspot for a galaxy of stars and featured guest performances from celebrities including Amy Winehouse protege, Dionne Bromfield; pop darling Eliza Doolittle and chart- topping X-Factor winner, Alexandra Burke, as the world had never seen them before.
And May’s spectacular is set to be the hottest ticket in town, with the famous and glamorous already jostling for tables to the show, which will feature a host of one-off, celebrity performances starting with Alexandra Burke, who is so passionate about the concept that she has asked to perform at the VIP launch on May 8th.
The London Cabaret Club’s exquisite attention to detail has placed it in another league of immersive entertainment. Each element of the experience has been artfully executed to push the boundaries, from the dazzling costumes - by prestigious and iconic designers like fashion duo, Suzanne Clements and Inacio Ribeiro to the seamless fusion between the dining and performances, such as their James Bond act, who takes Smoking Martinis to diners as part of his electrifying routine.
The country’s finest musicians have been cherry-picked to provide the live music accompanying the acts and top DJs supply the backdrop for revelers to enjoy at the after-party.
In keeping with the show’s London theme, guests can buy a £55 Notting Hill ticket for the exquisite show, mezzanine seating and after-party; for the £95 Chelsea ticket, they also benefit from the Quintessentially British Two Course menu and stage seating; the £135 Knightsbridge ticket additionally grants them a signature cocktail, front stage seating and three course menu; and the £175 Mayfair ticket covers all of the above, as well as a champagne reception, theatrical cocktails, VIP seating and access to the opulent, VIP lounge.