The London Cabaret Club Brings Chicago to the Capital this Spring

In an extravagant night in a world where entertainment merges seamlessly with opulence, Roxie Rocks Chicago immerses an enthralled audience into the protagonist’s Chicago-inspired narrative through mesmerizing music, dance, and breath-taking theatrics. London Cabaret Club’s latest instalment is nothing short of extraordinary – and it is an unequivocal London must-see.

Nestled in the heart of the City, Roxie Rocks Chicago tells the story of chorus girl Roxie Hart following dreams of stardom at The Onyx Club. The show features an impressive tracklist of songs from Chicago, intertwined with hits by artists from Frank Sinatra to Police. Along with the music come performances filled with narrative through dance, aerial spectacles, and daring acts that have the hall at the edges of their seats.

The show is accompanied by a three-course feast, serving up everything from Lobster Rolls and Rump of Lamb Shoulder Croquettes to Cornish Cod with Grilled Mussels depending on the ticket type. The dining element impresses even the toughest of foodies, with fresh flavours and immaculately Instagrammable presentation – and a healthy menu of cocktails too to top off the experience.

The cast has been refreshed, but London Cabaret Club fans will recognise some familiar faces such as Paul McDowell, whose stellar performance has truly come miles since his Bloomsbury debut some years ago.

Roxie Rocks Chicago also sees the return of the laser segment, as well as the beloved oversized white feathers (for those in the know), but as a whole, it feels fresh and new with particularly notable production value. It certainly leaves both newcomers and seasoned fans impressed and enthralled until the very end.

While London Cabaret Club tends to do a great job at giving all sides of the audience – and have indeed excelled in that with this latest season of their show – we couldn’t help but feel the show’s direction favours those on the raised premium seating side a little more than usual this time. So if you’re considering upgrading to the premium experience, we highly recommend it.

There’s still time to catch the show – it runs until May 24th, with options to purchase from the following ticket types:

The Silver Ticket is £40 and includes pre-show entertainment from 6:00 pm, a reserved area for the show, and access to the after-party.

The Gold Ticket for £80 includes a premium table with a three-course gourmet menu.

The Diamond Ticket for £130 includes a VIP reserved area for the show. There will also be canapés upon arrival, a theatrical-themed cocktail, and a VIP 3-course menu.

The Royal Diamond Ticket, for £185, has all the benefits of the Diamond Ticket but also includes half a bottle of premium Moet Chandon champagne.


Read more about the show and book your tickets right here.


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