London Cabaret Club: Queen Of Roses Review

Now OnIn.London has visited The London Cabaret Club on a few occasions and each time I am amazed time and time again at the hard work, creativity and splendour which goes into creating the Immersive Entertainment and Dining Experience.

This seasons new show celebrates Britain’s Great Female Monarchs Queen Elizabeth I, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth II in the  ‘Queen Of Roses’.

I’m not going to spoil the wonders of the show, but expect bespoke and intricate costumes, amazing choreography, singing, dancing and spectacular cabaret at its finest. My friends were amazed when I showed them the videos from the evening!

Our three course dinner included a delightful salmon starter, a succulent chicken main and finished with one of the most delicious cheesecakes I’ve had the pleasure of enjoying. Our meal was accompanied by a bottle of Prosecco which went down a treat.

Dinner is a definite must here – it’s very much worth the extra cost and really does make the night more enjoyable! So go on treat yourself!

Pre and post show entertainment also occurs in the gorgeous Rose Bar, with illusionists, singers, magicians and living garden statues all showcasing the splendour of the royal court. Late night DJ’s will ensure that guests can dance the night away while indulging on bespoke British cocktails, including the smoking Earl Grey ‘Tea-ni’ and the rose-infused ‘Queen or Roses’ gin fizz.

We didn’t stay for the party afterwards, but I have previously and its definitely loads of fun and the place to be on a Saturday night. The cocktails are also pretty fantastic. We thoroughly enjoyed some gin ones before the show started.

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Prices start at £45.00


The London Cabaret Club

Victoria House

Bloomsbury Square



Written By Tegan