Combining decadence and debauchery in the best way possible, The Black Cat Cabaret bring to you a series of supper clubs to be hosted at the same basement space that housed the iconic Pigalle Club, taking guests back to a time where opulence and elegance was the spirit of the age.
The five drinks on offer have been created by mixologist Chris Edwardes of Groucho Club and Jazz Café; they’re inspired by Black Cabaret stars and are sure to be electrifying accompaniments for the evening. Additional electrifying accompaniments to the evening include dishes rustled up by Head Chef Alex Foley with dishes including butternut gnocchi with sage butter; Taleggio stuffed arancini; beef carpaccio with mustard cream; and lemon ricotta cheesecake. In keeping with the grandeur of the evening, supper can be enjoyed as a three course meal on a private mezzanine table but guests are welcome to dine in a more relaxed manner in the stalls while enjoying the spectacular cabaret show.
The Black Cat Cabaret has toured some of the most esteemed cabaret venues, from Hotel Café Royal to London Wonderground, with the show featuring performances from jugglers, acrobats, singers as well as burlesque performances, of course. Word on the street is that guests will spectate a fire breathing burlesque dancer too…
Evoking the clubs of the 30s, The Black Cat Cabaret Supper Club is a night of true hedonism.
The supper club events will be taking place every Thursday-Saturday from 26th January 2017