Zak Black returns to London with a bang! Kettner’s is set to host Mr Black’s critically acclaimed show Verve Couture on Friday the 30th of January. Doors open at 8pm. Show starts at 9pm and finishes at midnight, with a DJ until 1am. Scroll down to see the line-up.
Tickets are £27.50 per person and include a 3-hour show, a glass of prosecco and nibbles.
Zak is an international recording artist, host and comedian.Entering in and out of the pop world in his teens and twenties, Zak has had the privilege to work with the likes of Russell Brand, Paloma Faith, Any Winehouse Soul II Soul and many more artists and bands of notoriety.
Kate is a rising star and established singer songwriter and pianist on the British music scene. Working on Radio 1 for their Live Lounge and performing all over the world, Kate manages to tie every style of music, from urban, hip hop, R&B to ballads.
This red headed siren will be co-hosting alongside Mister Black. Ivy is an all singing, dancing and hilariously funny show girl, just back from her critically acclaimed one woman show at the Edinburgh Festival.
Brazilian Dance Show & Masterclass
Samara Riese and Elisangela Mahogony are two of the most desirable and beautiful carnival queens in the world and have fronted the Rio Carnival with pride in years passed. With magnificent costumes these two exquisite beauties will dance throughout the evening, ending with a samba master class that all of the audience are welcome to join. The show will be lead by the jaw-droppingly handsome model and professional ballet dancer and Prince of Zumba Lucas Machado.
Originally a series of four Georgian town houses, Kettner’s was originally opened as a restaurant in 1867 by Auguste Kettner, (chef to Napoleon III,) and became infamous as the rendezvous of choice for deliciously colourful characters of the time, renowned for hosting incredibly risqué parties. Oscar Wilde dined here and Kettner’s is mentioned as his venue of choice in his trial notes. Agatha Christie and Bing Crosby were also celebrated regulars. King Edward VII courted his mistress, Lillie Langtry and even ordered a secret tunnel to be built between Kettner’s and the Palace Theatre, where his mistress Lillie Langtry performed. The rumour is that the lovers would take the tunnel to meet at Kettner’s during intermissions. Gorgeously glamorous, The Grade II listed building boasts a Brasserie, Champagne Bar and eight Private Dining Rooms, all available for hire; Kettner’s continues the tradition of incredible (if not always so risqué) parties.