Life is a cabaret, part deux – Show restaurants! Have a ball!
Roll up, roll up for the greatest show on earth! Yes it’s our show restaurants article part 2, this time it’s personal. We’ve picked a bevvy of delights to entertain you until the early hours.
Uber trendy late night eating and drinking spot in Notting Hill. Previously had the girls from Le Crazy Horse, cabaret extravaganza in Paris.
NB. It’s very white bring your shades.
Live Opera, in your face every Sunday and Monday night as well as raised booths above the restaurant make this wacky West End treat a must! Also there is Colin Roy singing swing and Motown on Thursdays and a Hugarian Gypsy band on Fridays and Saturdays…we’re moving in! ps. they have torrid wall paintings on their toilet walls.
The original home of the new & transfabulous, whilst being incredibly demure. We’re looking forward to Jonny Woo’s Soft Parade and Lisa Lee’s Constructed (which shows the best in alternative cabaret, without nipple tassels)
The Pale Blue Door
Explore Tony Hornecker’s amazingly ramshackle, fatigue chic, artist’s house and get served by trannies. Click the image to the left for the current flyer and booking info…
I am Joint Editor at To Do List. I like free, cheap & offbeat London, especially: cabaret, art, theatre, pop-ups, eating out, quirky films, museums, day trips, social enterprise & much more.