The fearsomely talented performers of The London Cabaret Club have earned critical acclaim and fans such as Simon Cowell, Louis Walsh and Darcey Bussell. On 28 and 29 October they will return to ignite the Bloomsbury Ballroom in an inferno of sequins, fire and brimstone with two unique shows.

Sympathy for the Devil will be a truly decadent feast for the senses as guests are guided through a glittering, pyrotechnic paradise, with flame dancers and mind blowing musical numbers performed by some of the UK’s finest singers. Dinner and Show tickets allow an even better view in premium seats and a sublime, British Tapas menu to enjoy.

Watch in awe as a hurricane of dancers, acrobats and showgirls storm the stage, complete with a multitude of fire acts and smoking hot renditions of hellish pop favourites. Incredible, world-renowned specialty acts are to be expected, including a hauntingly beautiful performance from gravity-defying acrobatic duo Ali and Klodi and a mesmerising ballet sequence choreographed by Chris Manning, Creative Director for the world renowned Matthew Bourne.

With a smoking, signature Sympathy for The Devil cocktail in hand, guests can take over from the performers on the dance floor, as tickets to the show grant access to the after party.

Kicking off straight afterwards, the doors to the LCC Night Lounge will open. Guests are encouraged to arrive in their very finest Halloween costume for the occasion as they join The London Cabaret Club in extending the debauchery well in to the early hours.

Sympathy for the Devil follows an astronomically successful run of The London Cabaret Club’s Summer Spectacular the Best of British Pop in its new, permanent residence, the opulent Bloomsbury Ballroom.