Set in 1930, and specifically at Manhattan's shortest-lived super-speakeasy, The 58th Street Country Club, the plot – for there's always a storyline to Lost Estate experiences – follows one-time socialite, showgirl and Moonshine entrepreneur Belle Livingstone (Suanne Braun), as she opens her last and most debaucherous nightclub, only to have it raided by federal agents and permanently shut down just hours after it opens.
Joining Braun on stage is Ayesha Pike (Ronnie Scott’s, 606, Vortex) as The Singer and an ensemble of dancers choreographed by director Eleesha Drennan (Studio Wayne McGregor, National Dance Wales). At the heart of the evening sits themusic, a sizzling soundtrack of 1930s classics, performed by The 58th Street’s House Band and led by star horn player Rory Simmons (bandleader for Jamie Cullum, Blur).
Dining is as much a part of The Lost Estate's experiences as performance, and with king of the coals Ashley Clarke (Gordon Ramsey Group, SmokeStak, Temper Soho) in charge of a New York Smokehouse-inspired menu, you can expect a feast to fantasise about long after you've savoured the final mouthful. We're talking Staten Island Chowder with Truffle Cornbread; Park Avenue Surf’n’Turf; and Grand Central Apple Pie with Bourbon Caramel and Iices, plus alternatives on every course for veggies, vegans, and allergies. A cocktail list of prohibition classics will wash it all down and get you in the dancing spirit.
Tickets for March and April are almost sold out. New dates for May and June are now being released and Culture Whisper readers can skip the queue to access these brand new dates. Use the link below to book.
Tickets to The Lost Estate's The Greatest Night of the Jazz Age start at £50+ for non-diners and £105+ for diners, with VIP packages available. Click here to book.
|What||The Lost Estate presents The Greatest Night of the Jazz Age|
|Where||The Lost Estate, 9 Beaumont Avenue , London, W14 9LP | MAP|
|Nearest tube||West Kensington (underground)|
07 Mar 23 – 25 Jun 23, 7:15 PM – 10:30 PM
|Price||£50 - £185|
|Website||Click here for more information and to book|