Step into a decadent, desperate world where economic collapse and political mayhem waltz drunkenly with bold new art and bolder social inhibitions - the crossroads between an elegant feudal past and the thrilling modern world, where monocled aristocrats share tables with revolutionaries and women dressed as men, an artistic melting pot that produces the madness of Dada, George Grosz's satirical grotesques and the futuristic dystopian movieMetropolis.
Forget the gloom outside: here, across three floors of Kettner's beautiful house, you can sway to the new "jazz" music from America, learn to dance the Charleston, flirt with our cabaret singers, guffaw at our comedians, and quaff champagne and cocktails like there's no tomorrow - there probably isn't.
With a £75 Dining Ticket you can enjoy a glass of Laurent-Perrier champagne, a three-course gourmet meal, plus exclusive cabaret performances during dinner.
Party Tickets at £20 include all the main entertainment. Early Bird Party Tickets at £15 will be available for a limited time only.
Doors open on the evening at 7pm for dinner guests and 8.30pm for show only ticket holders.
The dress code is: 1920s Berlin, moustachioed dandies, dizzy flappers, monocled counts, decadent aesthetes, firebrand radicals, apoplectic Teutonic military officers, predatory cross-dressers, itinerant jazz musicians, black or white tie!
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Originally a series of four Georgian town houses, Kettner’s was first opened as a restaurant by Auguste Kettner (chef to Napoleon III) in 1867. Popular with deliciously colourful characters of the time including Oscar Wilde, Edward VII, Lillie Langtry, Agatha Christie and Bing Crosby, Kettner’s was renowned for hosting incredibly risqué parties.
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