The show’s combination of specialty acts, singers and  choreographed dancers with fine dining, wines and cocktails has earned the cabaret critical acclaim, during its sold-out shows at One Mayfair, The Collection and The Bloomsbury Ballroom over the past three years.

And its return every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 22 April until 16 July will build on this success: expect  dazzling entertainment, staging and costumes celebrating Britain’s cultural goldmine from fashion to music, taking guests on an immersive journey through the swinging sixties, seventies glam-rock and disco, eighties punk, Britpop’s nineties glory days and today’s biggest anthems. Guests can then take over from the dancers, when top DJs open up the dance floor until 3am.

British Tapas will be served during the show, in five  dining options covering each decade, against the backdrop of the production’s opulent new, Bloomsbury Ballroom home – a 1920s Art-Deco landmark, steeped in history and perfectly positioned between the West End and The City, in the capital’s picturesque Bloomsbury Square.

The cabaret concept was founded by Evelina Girling and Doni Fierro and has played host to a galaxy of stars, from Simon Cowell and Louis Walsh to Millie Mackintosh and featured guest performances from celebrities including Amy Winehouse protege, Dionne Bromfield, Eliza Doolittle, Alexandra Burke and Brian McFadden.

The London Cabaret Club
Address: Bloomsbury Ballroom, Victoria House, London, WC1B 4DA
Show schedule: doors open at 7.30pm. Show starts at 9.30pm every Thursday, Friday and Saturday Website: