Relive Studio 54 as Cafe de Paris has been turned into that famous NYC disco from the late 70’s and early 80’s – it’s called The Disco 54 Cabaret Show. Dance to disco music from K.C. and The Sunshine Band, and other disco acts, while enjoying a fabulous dinner, at one of Londons most iconic venues.
Recently opened in May the show features internationally-renowned comperes Reuben Kay (armed with razor-sharp wit and a knowing smile), Miss Polly Rae and Joe Morose. There is cabaret, burlesque, visual performances, acrobatic busboys and dance troupe the “54ers”. International Cabaret superstars like Bettsie Bon Bon and Kitty Bang Bang appear alongside performance artist Sadiq in a star studded production featuring elite dancers, acrobats vocalists and hosts.
The food on offer is very good, too. High quality dishes such are part of their 2 or 3 course dinner. Their menu includes thick cut smoked salmon with cucumber salsa and horse radish cream, grilled 10oz ribeye steak with peppercorn sauce and passion fruit cheesecake. The Cabaret Happy Hour runs until 10.30pm. Cocktails for £10 each, bottle of Prosecco £35 & House Champagne only £60.
The Disco54 Cabaret Show at Café de Paris is like no other in London. Your fabulous host, armed with razor-sharp wit and a knowing smile, expertly guides you through a night of jaw dropping circus, burlesque and entertainment. The evening is packed with some of the world’s best entertainers, and in between sets the audience is allowed to get up on stage and dance. As their performers electrify the Café de Paris stage, they have recreated the hedonistic nightclub where outcasts, famous faces and wonderful weirdos all mixed together as one, to the soundtrack of the best thumping disco hits.