Dinner Dance

Disappearing Dining Club

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19:00 - 03:00 (doors at 19:00)
Pop-Up, Food & Drink, Date Night, Something A Little Different, Themed Nights
House Music, Electro, Techno
East London
Over 18

Dinner Dance is a monthly dinner party that combines great food, drink, music and a cracking night out - welcome to Disappearing Dining Club! 

We take over art galleries, photo studios, archways, abandoned nightclubs, car parks, private homes, Victorian warehouses and anywhere we think will make a great place for a pretty raucous dinner party.  Buy your ticket and we'll tell you exactly where (usually in East London) the dinner is being held a few days before.

Tickets include cocktail and a four course dinner, with DJs and dancing until as late as we’re allowed.  Music is a mix of eccentric house and Balearic disco, inspired by too many late nights in London and just about enough beach parties in Ibiza.  

Dinner Dance / Various venues / 7pm till late / £56

We'll be donating £1 to Teenage Cancer Trust for every guest that joins us at Dinner Dance.

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4. 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.
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6. Every effort to admit latecomers will be made at a suitable break in the event, but admission cannot always be guaranteed.
7. We regret that tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded after purchase.
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Disappearing Dining Club have been serving great food and tasty drinks in private and unusual spaces since October...


Disappearing Dining Club

Disappearing Dining Club brings like-minded people together to enjoy great food, drink and good company in private and unusual spaces. In the last few years DDC have thrown dinner parties in lighthouses, launderettes, abandoned music venues, inside antiques shops, over a five floor department store, in churches, salvage yards, under railway arches, in photographic studios, on film sets, in galleries, fashion stores, recording studios, private homes, car parks, on beaches, rooftops, in street food markets, gardens, and countless warehouses of all shape and size. DDC believe in quality, seasonal ingredients and good cooking, serving elegant but unfussy dishes for people to enjoy. Stuart Langley launched DDC after 15 years of running bars, restaurants and members clubs in London and overseas. Stuart was joined in 2011 by Head Chef Fredrik Bolin and together opened Back in 5 Minutes in June 2012. Disappearing Dining Club have been using their dinner parties to raise money for Teenage Cancer Trust since 2013. The money raised by DDC will help fund and build specialist units in NHS hospitals and provide dedicated staff, bringing young people together so they can be treated by teenage cancer experts in the best place for them.


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Went just to the dance part of the night. very dissapointed with the venue. Very small and overcrowded. DJ quite good. Have really enjoyed previous DDC nights but not happy with this one!
08 Jun 2015 by

The food and staff were nice but it's not an event for a foodie! DJ's weren't great and played for themselves rather than the crowd. Agree - not worth the £60 and the wine list is very expensive at £25 per bottle for average wine.
20 Apr 2015 by

We went as a group of 3 couples for a birthday and had a great night. Food was simple but very nicely done. Staff all really friendly and attentive. Music was good, mostly house but a bit too disco for me at times. Good crowd of people top fun all round!
20 Apr 2015 by

Overall a nice experience but not worth the £60. Food was really good and staff were nice which is where it wins the points. However, the point of arrival was very disorganised as there were people scrambling for empty seats and moving and changing every which way. Some seats were reserved, but it wasn't clear which ones and there were random one or two seaters free in between larger groups. The dinner was clearly oversubscribed as people were sitting elbow to elbow and there wasn't enough room for plates and glasses and food. Tablecloths were paper which also made it also feel less worth the £60, I've been to similar concept restaurants and didn't find it as chaotic and cramped and the price was cheaper for higher end food.
09 Mar 2015 by

Came for the world cup dinner dance year and had an amazing night. the social dining concept really works as i was nattering away all night, and the food was delicious. stocked up on red wine (which was a tad pricey at £20) but happy to pay for that in such a unique venue
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