It is summer, 1929. The end of the Jazz Age looms like an impending shadow. Stella is the patroness of The Lost Love Speakeasy in Manhattan, the city’s most glamorous clandestine establishment. She's become a respected starlet of the underground jazz scene, but after a ghost from her past appears, we are transported from the heady subterranean soirées of New York to the fishing villages of the Deep South to discover Stella before Manhattan, and her heart-wrenching memories of lost love.
As well as first class theatre by award-winning playwright Juliet Gilkes Romero, expect your senses to be indulged in a phantasmagoric array of food and entertainment. Sip on prohibition-style cocktails, dance the night away to a live jazz band, and feast on decadent plates by Temper Restaurants’ Executive Chef, Neil Rankin.
Buying tickets is a somewhat convoluted but excitingly secretive affair: sign up at the Lost Estate's website, purchase tickets through a secret booking link and wait for the speakeasy's secret location to be revealed. Each ticket band asks you to choose a role which varies according to price and menu type: 1) artists and bohemians 2) flappers and gangsters or 3) tycoons and movie stars. Guests are encouraged to dress the nines and unabashedly step into the shoes of the Bright Young Things of the Roaring Twenties.
|What||The Lost Estate presents The Lost Love Speakeasy|
|Where||Secret Location | MAP|
10 May 19 – 30 Jun 19, 6:30 PM – 10:30 PM
|Website||Click here for more information|