London’s award-winning immersive 1920s-themed speakeasy party, with live jazz, cabaret and cocktails in a secret venue filled with candles.
For our last party before the summer break we have live music from the Lucky Dog Dance Band. Inspired by the great dance orchestras of the late 1920s and the early days of Hollywood, they are the house band of the Lucky Dog Picturehouse, which screens silent movies with live musical accompaniment—just as they would have been enjoyed when first released. The name comes from the Laurel and Hardy classic The Lucky Dog.
We'll be screening a selection of silent movies from the 1920s across the evening, curated by the band themselves.
Running the show, singing some songs and keeping everyone in order will be that strict mistress of the Weimar cabaret, Eva Von Schnippisch. When the band aren't playing DJ Baroness Jojo of the Bee’s Knees will be spinning vintage shellac.
In addition to the main cocktail bar, our famous rum and cigar bar will be selling genuine Havana cigars to smoke in our private garden. You can pre-order a three-course dinner (which includes a table reservation all night) or reserve a table with Champagne but without the dinner. Ticket-holders receive an email two days before revealing the secret location.
"The closest you'll find to an authentic Jazz Age experience in central London. Its unique ambience, fuelled by hundreds of candles, is truly a scene to behold." —Time Out