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The Black Cat Cabaret

Every Friday At Cafe de Paris in 2013

Time Out cover star Dusty Limits

Dusty Limits

Impresario of the establishment

Burlesque Legend Vicky Butterfly

Vicky Butterfly

Sublimely elegant performance artiste

All singing all dancing cabaret sensation Laurie Hagen

Laurie Hagen

Cabaret chansons and striptease in reverse

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The Black Cat - Every Friday at Cafe de Paris from 11th Jan 2013


The co-creators of Boom Boom Club and La Rêve have brought together their most exceptional band of performers yet, transforming the Titanic Ballroom of Café de Paris into a new bohemia.


Dreamed up by long-term collaborators Vicky Butterfly, Dusty Limits and David Harris, The Black Cat Cabaret draws inspiration from the absinthe-soaked heyday of Montmartre’s dark and daring cabaret underworld.


Expect a carnival of street singers and mad musicians, acrobats, dancers and illusionists, delirious comics and exotic artistes, as well as a contemporary take on belle epoque Chinese shadow plays.


The Black Cat Cabaret is a place to encounter modern performance in all its wondrous forms – from the sacred to the profane, the lyrical to the louche – with walkabout entertainment, fine dining and a spectacular and provocative stage show amidst the grandeur of London’s most historic variety venue.


It’s where London’s revelers come to rub shoulders and purr, as the elusive eponymous feline watches from the shadows…


The Black Cat Cabaret - circus, burlesque, variety and vaudeville entertainment for London  Book tickets now at The Black Cat Eventbrite page. 

 Show runs every Friday at Cafe de Paris from the 11th of January, 2013.
Seated and VIP dining options available.

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Ticket Types

2 Course Dinner & Show – £47.50
3 Course Dinner & Show – £52.50

Choose from our a la carte menu. Dining at shared tables.

VIP Dinner & Show – £75
3 courses with 1/2 bottle of Prosecco, best seats in the house, after dinner VIP reservation

General Admission Show Tickets – £15 (£12 early bird)
Economy Class!


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Doors open at 7pm, dinner is served at 8pm and the show starts at 8:30pm.

All tickets to The Black Cat include admission after show club event until 3am.

Please note that all tickets are subject to a seven day cancellation policy.

Cafe De Paris

The Café de Paris, the main space of which was famously modeled on the ballroom of the Titanic, is one of the original homes of Vaudeville in the West End. Regular performers in the early years included luminaries such as Noel Coward, Marlene Dietrich and Louise Brooks, who made history when she introduced the Charleston to London at the venue in 1924. The Café survived a devastating bombing in World War II, and has continued to provide the backdrop for many of London’s wildest moments ever since.

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