Guys, we’ve got some big news – neigh messing around! The London Cabaret Club are bringing back their immersive Hats, Heels & Horses show and it’s packed full of action, vibrant colours and outfits that are giving us some serious summer wardrobe inspo.
The show centres around all things quintessentially British summer time – hence the title – with top hats and teacups aplenty. This is why there seems to be no better place than Bloomsbury Ballroom to breathe new life into the popular performance.
Rivalling the jazz hands and booty shakes of the Strictly Come Dancing crew, Hats, Heels & Horses showcases the crème de la crème of talent, bursting with sensational performances and impressive ballroom compositions.
If you’re familiar with the Moulin Rouge sex appeal and the luxuriousness of The Royal Opera house then you’ll have a sense of how rivetingly raunchy the show is, as the choreography comes from Doni Fierro, who has performed at the latter, and award-winning choreographers Gaz Davies, Naz Chodhury and Richard Marcel, resident choreographer for Strictly Come Dancing.
As some food for thought, how about choosing a Diamond or Gold menu during the show? With food as thoughtful as each choreographed footstep, you can munch on canapes and British produce such as pan-fried sea bass with grilled asparagus and and pan-fried rump of lamb with garlic mash.
Champagne is also a must, and can be enjoyed in abundance during the show. Or, if you’re more in the mood for a cocktail then try to the Royal Ascot libation, featuring of Jack Daniels infused with fresh blackberries, red wine and a dash of orange Curacao. Alternatively, you can enjoy Pimms o’clock all night long!
Seeing as The London Cabaret Club began solely as a pop-up, the unwavering success of the venue and its shows has audience mouths wide open. Its’s a night out that differs from the norm and makes for a perfect hen-do, stag-do or birthday bash gathering. Giddy up and go try it out for yourself!
The Bloomsbury Ballroom, Victoria House, Bloomsbury Square, WC1B 4DA, tickets here
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