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It's been ages since i watched a live show, i visited here a few times and their shows are magnificent, the meals delicious with attentive staff. Great music in a buzzing and vibrate venue. The London Cabaret Club is proud to present a truly decadent Halloween ‘spooktacular’! This years theme will be the internationally renowned Mexican celebration of ‘El Dia De Los Muertos’ aka ‘The Day Of The Dead’ – an age old tradition where families unite to remember those close to them who have moved into the spirit world, by way of a vibrant and scintillating fiesta! London’s very own Day Of The Dead will take place at The Bloomsbury Ballroom, a beautiful art deco auditorium that will be utterly transformed so that guests can experience the supernatural atmosphere of one of the world’s most enticing events. LCC’s expert chefs will also be on hand to present a specially designed menu that will reflect the textures and tastes of this awesome Mexican celebration. Guests are also encouraged to dress to the theme – the more elaborate and colourful the better! Special prizes and ghostly surprises will be presented to those with the best costumes on the night. Having gained a notorious reputation as one of central London’s most exciting cabaret and live entertainment experiences through unrivalled quality and attention to detail, The London Cabaret Club will undoubtedly make El Dia Of The Dead a night to remember. Photos of our us here last Christmas we all had a fabulous time https://www.meetup.com/Passionate-about-Travelling-Food-and-Events/events/264664566/ YOU-TUBE VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eSp7zywcSUY 17.00 Doors Open 18.00 Ballroom opens Pre-show entertainment from 5pm MENU Selection of Chefs Canapes Vegan upon requests only Starters White Fish and heart of palm Ceviche, Avocado, Tomatillo Aguachile, Fried Plantain or Cream of Butternut Squash & Spices, White Crab, Coconut Crema Mains Filet of Aged Angus Beef, Light Mole sauce, Confit Herb Potatoes, Sauteed Green beans, or Filet of Scottish Salmon with Hibiscus and Dry Chili Crust, Lemon Cilantro Butter Sauce, Poblano Pepper and Grilled Corn Mash, Asparagus Tips Baked Celeriac and Potato Pave, Confit Tomatoes, Zucchini Blossoms Achiote Cream (V) Dessert Cocada with Red berry Compote, Coconut Touile or Chocolate Mousse Mexique, Toasted Almond & Chili Dust Selection of British Cheeses (V) Price £110 Includes paypal/admin/booking and host fees PLEASE PAY VIA PAYPAL HERE https://www.meetup.com/Passionate-about-Travelling-Food-and-Events/events/273882692/ PLEASE MAKE SURE PAY BEFORE YOU RSVP, IF WITHIN 30 MINUTES YOU HAVE NOT PAID YOUR STATUS WILL CHANGE TO NOT GOING UNTIL PAYMENT IS PAID, THANKS. Dining for 6 on a first come first serve basis, I currently have 3 seats left WHAT'S INCLUDED Pre-show entertainment from 5pm Reserved area for the show Gourmet 3-course menu Live Show Friendly Host WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED Tips Service charge Drinks Sides not included in set menu Any extras is to be paid directly to restaurant 12.5% service charge will be added to your bill. Set menu is pre paid, any additional balance of your bill should be paid directly to the restaurant. If for some reason you are no longer able to make it, please read terms and conditions here https://www.meetup.com/Dining-Out-and-Shows/messages/boards/thread/52403016 Looking forward to meeting you all round the table for a great dinner and show experience
This year, most firework displays and Bonfire Night events have been cancelled in light of the coronavirus outbreak. Due to popular demand i have decided to organise another tour, i will be hiring a guide from our pre halloween event for those on the waiting list. Our guide will tell us exciting stories of The Historic Witches of London's on a 2 hours Walking Tour. “Double, double toil and trouble; fire burn and caldron bubble. Fillet of a fenny snake, in the caldron boil and bake…” William Shakespeare. For thousands of years witches of all form and variety have walked the isles of Britain and been the topic of folklore and history. On this walking tour we discover more about witches and in particular the witches of London. With the stories of bizarre practices and occurrences, anecdotes and a look at the unjust treatment of people thought to be witches from both witches and people who adored them or feared them, this two hour long historic guided tour is replete with a fascinating side of London’s history that is hardly ever mentioned. Come and see London through different eyes with an experienced guide. Are you ready to discover the stories that lies behind the witches of London? Here is the itinerary of our Witches Walking Tour: Tower Hill Station Ancient Roman Wall Tower of London (Tower Hill side) All Hollows By The Tower Tower of London (River Side) Riverside by London Bridge London Timeline Mural By the River in between Southwark Bridge and Millennium Bridge Millennium Bridge - Opposite the Shakespeare's Globe St Paul's Cathedral Price £15 Please pay here via paypal https://www.meetup.com/Passionate-about-Travelling-Food-and-Events/events/274190835/ IF YOU HAVE RSVP ed YES AND HAVE NOT PAID WITHIN 1 HOUR YOUR RSVP WILL CHANGE TO NOT GOING UNTIL YOU HAVE PAID VIA LINK ABOVE, THANKS FOR UNDERSTANDING SERIOUS MEMBERS ONLY Tour will start at 7 pm prompt Due to the respected government guidelines depending on the amount of people attending we will divide into socially distanced 6 people per group We meet outside Tower Hill Station, outside the exit just by Trinity Square Gardens – EC3N 1JL This is the disclaimer we usually use: Please note/be aware that while this tour is not designed or meant to be offensive, it does have topics that may be viewed by some as such. These topics are approached from a historical perspective and are necessary for the subject matter of this tour. While their inclusion is not meant to offend, some attendees may find the subject matter troubling. The topics include, but may not be limited to: 1. The historical involvement of the church and religion within context 2. The involvement of certain historical figures within context 3. Descriptions of different methods of torture (These descriptions are neither callous nor gratuitous) Call me on[masked] if needed once the tour begins i will be unable
Wrap up warm and join me and my guide on a beautiful autumn walk in Richmond an affluent residential district bordering the River Thames. Tranquil Kew Gardens attracts botanical enthusiasts and families with its huge Arboretum, 17th-century Kew Palace, and panoramic views from its Treetop Walkway. Herds of deer roam Richmond Park, a popular picnic spot. The Quadrant main street and nearby roads have eclectic shops, casual and upscale dining, and performances at Richmond Theatre. This two hour and a half sightseeing tour takes us through one of London’s most beautiful and posh boroughs as our guide talks about the history of the area. See the quaint little stores and riverside attractions as we walk to Richmond Park while seeing iconic views of Richmond and London. Once in Richmond Park we will explore the flora and fauna with an opportunity to see deers roaming wild and free. In the park there is a spot where photos of the city of London can be taken and the iconic Shard is clearly visible. Itinerary During this tour we will be escorted by our guide around this huge and magnificent park, walking through the following spots: Meet outside Richmond Tube Station at 11.50 am We will visit The Little Green Richmond Green Old Site of Richmond Palace Riverside The White Cross Pub/Richmond Bridge Compass Hill/Petersham Richmond Park/Richmond Gate King Henry's Mound After the walk you are free to enjoy the rest of Richmond, shop, browse, dine and have a good wonder in this beautiful borough. Price £15 Please make payment here https://www.meetup.com/Passionate-about-Travelling-Food-and-Events/events/274140711/ IF YOU HAVE RSVPed YES AND HAVE NOT PAID WITHIN 1 HOUR YOUR RSVP WILL CHANGE TO NOT GOING UNTIL YOU HAVE PAID VIA LINK ABOVE, THANKS FOR UNDERSTANDING SERIOUS MEMBERS ONLY Tour will start at 12 noon prompt Due to the respected government guidelines depending on the amount of people attending we will divide into socially distanced 6 people per group We meet outside Richmond train station Call me on[masked] if needed, however once the walk commence i will not be able to answer the phone.
Join me for a 2 hour guided walking tour, an extremely captivating walk for anyone who is interested in the history of London and enjoys a stroll in the city. Shocking historical facts about life in London in the 17th century will leave you marvelling at this city of sin and glory. Stories about the great fire, the plague, women who built bridges after the war, prostitution, theatre, suicide, bear fights and many more unfolded with great knowledge and style. The tour begins at Waterloo station and ends at the famous London Bridge, offering us an opportunity to see some of the most famous landmarks on the stretch of river jealously protected from advertising by the queen. For hundreds of years, dating back to before Shakespeare, this has been the happening place in London. We will have plenty of wondrous places to take photos of London and with iconic festivities going on all year round there is always a surprise. Sites will include London Eye, Southbank Centre, National Theatre, Tate Modern, Millennium Bridge, Southwark Cathedral and London Bridge. From here we can continue your exploration by visiting Borough Market for some world famous food or connecting to the rest of London via public transport. Please note/be aware that while this tour is not designed or meant to be offensive, it does have topics that may be viewed by some as such. These topics are approached from a historical perspective and are necessary for the subject matter of this tour. While their inclusion is not meant to offend, some attendees may find the subject matter troubling. The topics include, but may not be limited to: 1. The historical involvement of the church and religion within context 2. The involvement of certain historical figures within context 3. Descriptions of different methods of torture (These descriptions are neither callous nor gratuitous) Tour Itinerary This tour will follow this route: Royal Festival Hall Waterloo Bridge ITV Studios Blackfriars Bridge Globe Theatre The Clink Prison Southwark Cathedral London Bridge Price £15 Please pay here https://www.meetup.com/Passionate-about-Travelling-Food-and-Events/events/274149111/ IF YOU HAVE RSVP ed YES AND HAVE NOT PAID WITHIN 1 HOUR YOUR RSVP WILL CHANGE TO NOT GOING UNTIL YOU HAVE PAID VIA LINK ABOVE, THANKS FOR UNDERSTANDING SERIOUS MEMBERS ONLY We meet at 3.45 pm Tour will start at 4pm prompt Due to the respected government guidelines depending on the amount of people attending we will divide into socially distanced 6 people per group We meet next to the Nelson Mandela Statue, Royal Festival Hall, Bishop’s, London SE1 8XX Call me on[masked] if needed, however once the walk commence i will not be able to answer the phone.