cbG.B.s - London's Hottest Speakeasy - Entry £5 + wink

cbG.B.s – London’s Hottest Speakeasy – Entry £5 + wink

cbG.B.s | cult behaviour Great Britain – Part Two | Friday 31 August, 8.30pm – 12.30am | 29 Endell Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2 9BA | Members Only: August membership £5 on the door – Lifetime Membership (committee approval) £10,000

We are thrilled to impart our secret knowledge of London’s hottest new speakeasy; cbG.B.s (cult behaviour Great Britain).

Here’s why you should go:

  • August’s line up of sensory delights includes a remarkable ‘striptease in reverse’, Tarot readings, a bears’ knitting circle and exclusive live music and poetry performances.
  •  August membership to London’s coolest yet hottest speakeasy is just £5 on the door.
  • A policy of absolutely no DJs applies! As this is an evening for erudite conversation, glamorous companions, new encounters and out-there performances, the night’s delightfully non-deafening musical soundtrack will be provided by a schizoid collision of the most cutting-edge 21st century artists as well as from long forgotten classics of the 78 era.
  • Last month’s wildly successful launch was attended by pop and movie stars, fashion designers, legendary showbusiness bohemians and the cream of London’s creative hipster youth.

Sensing a need for an stylish soiree, at which a diverse section of London’s fabulous types could mix, mingle, rub shoulders (and more) with each other; artist TradeMark, music producer Tris Penna and record company exec/club promoter Tony Fletcher decided to pool their considerable creative and club-centric talents to create cbG.B’s –  a stimulating evening featuring entertainment and amusements that’s already hot-wired itself into the ranks of London’s most happening happenings – and with industry insiders beginning to talent scout at such radical new events worldwide, cbG.B.s is at the vanguard of a whole new movement.

Rupert Dannreuther

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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.