Be taken from the age of prohibition to the end of WWII in New York CityGuided by the voice of Leonard Bernstein, American Graffiti will take you from the age of prohibition to the end of WWII in New York City. In the City Of Sin, you will find yourself painting the skyline with the colours of Copland, Gershwin and Barber. Gentlemen, dust off your fedoras and grab your suspenders; ladies, dazzle us with your favourite frock 'n' frill - and speak easy.
Combining the sounds of the roaring 20s, the Great Depression and World War II, Vox Vanguard will transport the audience to New York City during the early 20th century with it’s third event, American Graffiti. Senses will be immersed in visual displays and classical sounds with live performances by singers, solo pianists, and a chamber orchestra conducted by Vox Vanguard Founder Matthew Tosca. The evening will include an interactive digital graffiti display and art exhibition by London based graffiti artist Anna Laurini, and readings of letters and quotes by F Scott Fitzgerald and Leonard Bernstein. The audience is encouraged to dress in prohibition era style as American Graffiti promises to host an experience unlike any other in London.
Serving the scandalous cocktails of the roaring 20’s and the Jazz age, to include: Gin Rickies, Mint Juleps and Cosmopolitans.
Dress code: Optional '20s dress code.