The Black Cat Cabaret
At Cafe de Paris, beginning 11th January 2013.
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.