Celebrating seven successful years of bootlegged booze and footloose flappers, the 50th Prohibition Party will be the  most lavish event yet.

Obscured from the prying eyes of patrol officers, this evening of illicit drinking and good times will transport over a  thousand guests back to the 1920s with a night full of rip-roaring band performances, a Charleston dance-off, a dining club and a secret warren of new themed and interactive rooms.

Throughout the night, entertainment includes live bands, DJs on gramophones, silent cinema, dancing troupes and gambling tables. In order to elude the beady eye of the law, cocktail menus are circulated hidden inside the pages of books, and Bourne & Holllingsworth’s signature cocktails are served in teacups.

Gentlemen should emulate the moustachioed silent movie star or cloth capped bootlegger, with tuxedo and spats,braces, white scarves, top hats, or suits. Ladies can channel their inner socialite flapper; unfeasibly beautiful and exhaustingly glamorous in tassels and pearls, and feathers and furs.

When: Saturday, June 28 from 8pm

Where: Bloomsbury Ballroom, 37-63 Southampton Row, London, WC1B 4DA

Tickets cost £25. To book, click here or call 020 7724 1617