New Years Eve Royale


  • Cabaret/Burlesque, New Years Eve Party and Live Music
  • Tickets from £225.00 - £445.00
  • Holborn
  • Commercial/Pop, Party Mash Up and Live Music
  • Over 18
  • Dinner, Eating & Dancing and Entertainment
  • Thu, 31st Dec 2020 @ 16:00 - 22:00
  • 16:00 - 22:00

The London Cabaret Club’s 2020 New Years Eve Extravaganza At London’s Classic Art Deco Bloomsbury Ballroom

The legendary London Cabaret Club invites guests 
to see in the new year in a typically decadent fashion, at the 
stunningly beautiful Bloomsbury Ballroom in the heart of Central London.

All dining tickets include: 

- Premium Champagne 



Start your evening by joining us for pre-show drinks in the Rose Room where you 

can watch and listen to our exciting lounge entertainment


Take your seats in the ballroom for the evening's performance


The show starts! Your food courses are served in between the show acts





Dress code: Black Tie




Ticket Event time Cost

4 Course Dinner, half a bottle of Moet Champagne per person, 'New Year’s Eve Royale’, Celebration table party bags, Screening fireworks from around the world, after party featuring The London Cabaret Live

16:00 - 22:00 £225.00
Royal Diamond (EARLY BIRD)

This ticket includes; Welcome glass of champagne and canapes, 5 Course Dinner with a half bottle of premium wine and half a bottle of Verve Clicquot Champagne, 'New Year’s Eve Royale’, Celebration table party bags. Screening fireworks from around the world & Smoking Firework Cocktail, after party featuring The London Cabaret Live

16:00 - 22:00 £445.00



Victoria House, Bloomsbury Square, WC1B 4DA




The London Cabaret Club
The London Cabaret Club offers a sophisticated entertainment environment combining high-end dining experiences with an innovative live cabaret show. Set around distinctly British themes, the shows celebrate the rich heritage of British culture, past and present. Featuring stars from London’s West-End, original choreography, and premium production values, we present a unique approach within London’s entertainment and night-life scene.


The London Cabaret Club

The London Cabaret Club

The London Cabaret Club offers a sophisticated entertainment concept combining an Exquisite dining experience with an innovative live cabaret show. A night at The London Cabaret Club is an impressive production of music, dance, food and drink but also of an appreciation of Britain as a leading handin…

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1. Our refund policy on ticket purchases is that all purchases are final and non-refundable nor non-exchangeable.
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5. Occasionally, events are cancelled or postponed by the promoter, team, performer or venue for a variety of reasons. If the event is cancelled, please contact us for information on receiving a refund from the responsible party. If the event was moved or rescheduled, the venue or promoter may set refund limitations. It is your responsibility to ascertain the date and time of any rearranged event.
6. The venue reserves the right to refuse admission and may on occasion have to conduct security searches to ensure the safety of the patrons.
7. Every effort to admit latecomers will be made at a suitable break in the event, but admission cannot always be guaranteed.
8. We regret that tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded after purchase.
9. Tickets are sold subject to the venue or promoter's right to alter or vary the programme due to events or circumstances beyond its control without being obliged to refund monies or exchange tickets.
10. If this ticket is re-sold or transferred for profit or commercial gain by anyone other than the promoter, venue management, DesignMyNight or one of their authorised sub-agents, it will become voidable and the holder may be
refused entry to or ejected from the venue.
11. The venue may operate a No Smoking Policy.
12. The promoter, venue management and DesignMyNight accept no responsibility for any personal property.
13. Children are allowed to attend the show, but must leave once show is finished. (No babes in arms)


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  • Rating: 3

    Visited 4 weeks ago Written by iggie0901
    I attended the event on Halloween Friday, 30/10/2020. I will write this review and try to give a rating to various parts of the event, but also an overall. Food: 5/5 Excellent. Loved everything. Plenty to eat and good quality. We had the 5 course Diamond menu so you pay a bit more but with that option, the fillet steak was AMAZING: large, soft and delicious. The mousse au chocolate was another treat and wonderful with a good hint of Mexican spice. A good sized cheeseboard finished it off. Location: 5/5 A lovely setup from the entrance to the stairs down to the bar were all atmospherically set-up. The main ballroom had multiple projections onto the side wall which were part marketing / part Dia De Muertos videography. The tables were set up nicely and the Diamond section was on a multi tiered stage so face special Music (DJ): 3/5 Good music choices but a bit too loud at the stage end where the "VIP" / Diamond ticket-holders are sat. It was set up as a PA system, so the main speakers were just at one end of the large room. Just behind us! Service: 3/5 It seemed like the people employed as servers had not been trained in the way that the socially distanced table service system was meant to run. There were quite a few issues. There were probably not enough bar-tenders or servers and too many people (men) with tablets who walked around and I felt they just got in the way with their orders to other staff when really they needed to be helping out. We watched at least a dozen attempts to take drinks to the wrong tables by mistake and then the servers had to turn around and take them back to the bar. One of my pet hates is when waiters take plates, glasses, etc. off the table while I am still eating. Just leave it until I am done (this goes to all restaurants that do this!). The pre-ordered wine was waiting for us on the table but the cocktails and water we requested took over 30 minutes to arrive and a few prompts to the waiters. I know there were a lot of people to take care of but I felt like I was one of those who were completely disregarded. The main problem: The entertainment: Sadly, a missed opportunity and the parts that skews the overall score the most! 1/5 for concept, design and production, 4/5 for quality of the performance The event was specifically called El Dia of the Dead. The specified theme was bright colours and sugar skulls and a lot of people put an effort into dressing up to fit this theme. The entrance and bar were all set up nicely to reflect this theme. There were some cute Mariachi performing before the show which was nice to settle in to and this built the scene, which then failed to materialise! Why did they stop there! For the main dinner show (split into four parts) the performers were good (live singers and dancers, some burlesque and some light circus. It was all very well performed and would have been very enjoyable if it were not for the LAZY musical theming. The musicand songs were not planned or rehearsed for this occasion and were nothing to do with the themed Day of The Dead event! How did they get that wrong?!? There were two songs towards the end that fitted in (both were from Disney's Coco - La Llorona & Remember me). The rest of the show simply missed the point completely as they just served up a different show: James Bond theme tunes!! We had Goldeneye, Goldfinger, A View To A Kill, Tomorrow never Dies, Thunderball etc etc. Why? I can't explain the relevance! The performances were all good, the costumes were great, but only for a James Bond Evening. It was glaringly obvious that it was nothing of relevance to the night's theme of Mexican Dia De Muertos and made the whole event feel a bit of a letdown. Overall: Enjoyable but could have been so much more as it was let down by not meeting the expectations of the advertised theme. It is an expensive night out and, sadly, probably not worth the money we paid (£330 in total) (which would buy at least two equivalent food&drink nights out in a decent restaurant)
  • Rating: 5

    Visited 1 month ago Written by LONDON NEVER DIES customer
    Very grateful it went through in these uncertain times and I was able to have a fun night. I was asked twice why i was by myself and it is the only insensitive thing to mention, it felt they were uncomfortable and sorry for me which was unnecessary. Staff were looking fantastic, very welcoming, very professional, very attentive, very hardworking. Talented performers. What a show! The beginning of the middle section was not as effective, where the amazing singer has a staged fight with dancers. With that many people on the smaller stage and quick pace it looked hectic, less people or slower routine could help. Dressing up for the event definitely paid off :-) Thank you
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