Renowned for their dedication to providing immersive eating and drinking experiences in the capital, Inception Group, the company behind Mr. Foggs, Bunga Bunga, and Cahoots – are putting on a variety of experiences this Bank Holiday weekend. Londoner’s can live it up on a Sunday, without the dread of work the next day one last time this year at Cahoots, Barts, and Maggie’s Club.
Between 5pm – 7pm Cahoots will be giving dance lessons hosted by the incredible Big Papa Mac, for those who are keen to learn the art of swing dancing. Then, from 7pm onwards the doors will open to everyone, with Big Papa Mac doing an incredible DJ-set and swing dancers putting on a show. Later, the Hotsie Totsies from across the pond will take the stage to perform classic songs at 8:30pm. Throughout the evening, Belvedere ‘Espresso yourself on the dance floor’ Martinis will be served to keep everyone energised. Sunday from 5pm | £20 for dance lessons & after party, Table bookings £25 pp minimum spend, 7pm onwards – £10 entry on the door | cahoots-london.com
Barts, Chelsea – Uncle Barts’ Jungle Jamboree
Uncle Barts is a massive fan of fancy dress, and this August Bank Holiday Sunday, he is transforming his apartment into a Jungle Jamboree. Guests can throw on their best animal-themed outfits, big fur coats or cat ears and prepare to sip and dance the night away until the early hours.
Maggie’s Club, Chelsea – School of Disco
Turn up at Maggies this Bank Holiday Sunday, to celebrate the end of the Bank Holiday Weekend and make the most of ‘no school Monday’ at Maggie’s ‘School of Disco’. Expect disco classics, twists on favourite childhood cafeteria drinks, a tuckshop and school uniforms all round. Guests have the chance to throw on that old tie, classroom specs or that Varsity jumper collecting dust in the closet, and come down for the end of August Bank Holiday dance.
Sunday from 10:30pm – 2am | Free entry until 12am, then £10 per person | maggies-london.com