British tapas served alongside an eclectic range of cabaret performances
Category : Restaurant, Theatre
| Cuisine : Modern European
Address : The Ballroom, Victoria House Bloomsbury, Bloomsbury , London, WC1B 4DA, UNITED KINGDOM - Directions
Web : www.thelondoncabaretclub.com
Closest Tube : Holborn
London has been spoiled for cabaret since the early noughties when it became de rigueur in intimate east London clubs, and has since become an institution in the capital, brought to its ne plus ultra by the London Cabaret Club. Since launching at The Arts Club in 2013, the shows have evolved to incorporate distinctly British themes, celebrating the rich heritage of British culture. In February 2017, LCC decamped to the prepossessing venue of Bloomsbury Ball Hall every Saturday, bringing Holborn a tidbit of titillation and lashings of entertainment. Featuring stars from London‘s West-End, original choreography, and premium production values, London Cabaret Club also incorporates a high-end dining concept to ensure that guests are lavished in every sense.
During the show that we popped into, we were immediately agog at the Jay Gatsby Art Deco aspects of the building. The theme of the evening was James Bond, and we were given a glamorous stage version featuring the famous spy while we sipped rosé and made our way through a variety of British tapas. Live music was played running the gamut of songs take from Bond films, whilst lithe young women and men took to performed feats of extraordinary feats of physical prowess and derring-do with the Cyr wheel, fire dancing, acrobatics, and sparking off the audience with an angle grinder show.
At the end of the night, we were nothing but entertained.