hosted by Russian Revels
A little (stand up and dance around) dinner inspired by 1920s Soviet underground dining and famous humorist novella '12 chairs'.
NB: part of the now iconic Bourne and Hollingsworth 920s Prohibition party in exquisite art deco Bloomsbury Ballrooms. Russian Revels have been tasked with bringing their trademark chic Slavic dining, games and theatre to a little pre-party of 50 guests only - a journey onto the other side of the Atlantic.
Price £15 (plus £25 for the Prohibition main party).
Current menus ideas:
- Decadent plump bliny with salmon caviar
- Russian Revels trademark Borsch-in-the-pie
- Pulled Rother Valley pork burgers with Cabernet Sauvingon salt and sweet pickle cucumbers
- The Iconic - Pineapple with chocolate boozy salami
1926, Leningrad, Soviet Russia.
Whilst America is raving in its Prohibition fervour, Soviet nouveau riche and ethereal flapper girls are drinking vodka and dreaming of escaping to the ‘land of opportunity’...
(Tickets are priced at £40 and include the Russian Revels unique Slavic food immersive experience and entrance to The Prohibition Party at 8pm - normally £25).