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The London Cabaret Club is conjuring up an extra special treat for Londoners this Halloween in Sympathy for the Devil; an explosive, two-night-only show at The Bloomsbury Ballroom.

All fiery, shimmering hell will break loose on 28th and 29th October in a decadent feast for the senses, with a three-course, British Tapas meal and smoking, signature cocktails brought to your table as you enjoy the show.

Tickets are now available on The London Cabaret Club
website.

Watch in awe as a hurricane of dancers, acrobats and showgirls storm the stage, complete with a multitude of fire acts and smoking hot renditions of hellish pop favourites. Incredible, world-renowned specialty acts are to be expected, including a hauntingly beautiful performance from gravity-defying acrobatic duo Ali and Klodi and a mesmerising ballet sequence choreographed by Chris Manning, Creative Director for the world renowned Matthew Bourne.

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Expect fire acts, special guests and mind blowing performances before continuing the debauchery well into the early hours as the doors to celebrity hotspot LCC Night Lounge open and the official, Sympathy for the Devil after party kicks off. Guests are heartedly encouraged to arrive in their finest Halloween costume for the occasion.

With celebrity fans such as Simon Cowell, Louis Walsh and Darcey Bussell, this is undoubtedly the most glamorous way to celebrate Halloween in London.

Address: Bloomsbury Ballroom, Victoria House, London, WC1B 4DA
Show Schedule: Doors open at 6.30pm. Show starts at 9.15pm
After party schedule: 11pm – 3am
Dining Options: View Chef’s Selection Menu
Show Ticket – £35 – High stools and poseur tables
Show and dinner – £75 – Theatre-style seating and tables
VIP – £125 – Half a bottle of Luxury Champagne or Gourmet British Tapas dinner and the best seats in the house, as well as a complimentary copy of the London Cabaret Club’s Souvenir Program book.

Tickets are now available on The London Cabaret Club
website.

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