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REVIEW: 'Unbeatable' night out at
London’s Cabaret Club

There’s a new high-class experience in town for groups.

‘The costumes are simply showstopping’

The London Cabaret Club is now in the stunning Art Deco setting of Victoria House in Bloomsbury Square, and we were invited to experience its ‘Best of British Pop’ show on a Friday night. Cabaret doesn’t get any better.

We were greeted with excellent cocktails in the bar, and serenaded by singers doing the hits of Take That.

Then we were led into the glorious Ballroom by the charming costumed hosts. The stage is set up for a live band, with tables set out around the dancefloor. The room is decked out in great British colours, and starters are brought out to the elegantly-dressed tables.

Then the band starts up, and the acts begin. The music starts in the ‘60s with the likes of the Beatles, and moves through the decades, taking in the Rolling Stones, the Kinks, the Bee Gees, Queen, Chris de Burgh, Bonnie Tyler, Pixie Lott, Adele and more – all performed live by the talented cast.

And the dancing! There’s an excellent variety, from salsa and ballet to acrobatic acts, one involving an oversized hoop. There’s even an Old English Sheepdog who does a decent routine. And the costumes are simply showstopping.

Described as ‘British tapas’, the food is a stylish medley of fish and chips, followed by such traditional favourites as Eton mess, and it’s all delicious.

The cabaret finishes at 2300hrs, and a DJ takes over, playing more British hits to dance to until the small hours.

All in all it’s a simply stunning night out, and while it’s not a cheap one, groups of 8+ get a whopping 50% discount. One in 10 of the group goes free, with a free show brochure for groups of 10+.

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