An Irish-tinged party at London's long-running 1920s speakeasyA clandestine 1920s speakeasy party in a secret London venue completely lit by candles, with live jazz bands, cabaret and retro-DJs. The bar dispenses vintage cocktails and the kitchens offer a fine-dining set menu and bar snacks.
17th March is St Patrick's Day, and no one celebrates St Patrick's Day like the Americans – something which went unhindered by Prohibition. Criminal gangs were often based around social background – Irish, Italian, Jewish, etc – and the Irish Americans could be more Irish than the Irish. If you've seen the “Nights in Ballygran” episode of Boardwalk Empire you'll get the picture.
At our St Patrick's Day celebration there will be Irish-tinged cocktails, things pointlessly coloured green, perhaps some poteen, and live music from The Silver Ghosts with a Celtically inclined offering of 1920s jazz.
Guests receive an email two days before revealing the secret location and are encouraged to dress in 1920s outfits – so pull on your flapper dress and get ready to Charleston.
"The closest you'll find to an authentic Jazz Age experience in central London. Its unique ambience, fuelled by hundreds of candles, is truly a scene to behold." – Time Out
Over 18s only. Valid ID required.