Cabaret Floridita at eponymous Cuban themed, Wardour Street venue has to be one of Haute Living’s favourite nights out in London right now, which is why we’re excited to hear of a special charity performance of Cabaret Floridita.
Taking place on November 9, the charity cabaret is aimed at raising funds for the Lord Mayor’s Appeal 2011 – Bear Necessities.
Expect to be treated to some stunning performances from burlesque queen Sophie St Villier, disco and funk band, the Black Hat Band, and our favourite, The Globe Girls – a glitzy group of drag queens who never fail to put on one hell of a show. Prepared to be wowed by a cornucopia of costumes changes and more kitsch, camp pop that you can shake a stick at.
Tickets cost £75 per person and will include a three course meal from the cabaret menu and a cocktail on arrival, with all proceeds going to Bear Necessities, building better lives for children in London.
Guilt free good times? Sign us up…
Charity at Cabaret Floridita will take place on November 9 from 7.30pm. Tickets are priced at £75 per person.
Cabaret Floridita takes place every Wednesday until the end of the year at Floridita, 100 Wardour St, London W1. Cabaret & three course dinner for £35, free entrance to the bar. For more information or to make a reservation call 020 7314 4000 or visit www.floridita.co.uk/london/cabaret