Get your gladrags on as The National Archives recreate one of 1920s London’s hottest nightclubs for one night only
After dark, 1920s London transformed. It was a place effervescent with outrageous parties and scandalous nightclubs – none more so than the 43 Club on Gerrard Street, owned by the notorious ‘Nightclub Queen’ of Soho, Kate Meyrick (find out more about her here).
Get ready for an exclusive trip back to the glitz and glamour of London’s hottest 1920s underground spot as they recreate Kate’s club at The National Archives, in collaboration with The Candlelight Club.
With live cabaret, jazz music and DJ sets, exclusive glimpses into their exhibition, and curated cocktails and food from Maids of Honour – the night is set to be abuzz with 20s frivolity. Catch a Charleston performance and chat to Kate and her staff to discover more about her misadventures with the celebrities, royalty, gangsters, and bright young things she partied with.
Be sure to bring your friends – 1920s gladrags are highly encouraged!
Featuring an array of entertainment throughout the evening, including live music, dancers, magician, performers and a vintage DJ until late.
Please note: this event is strictly 18+ and ID will be checked upon entry.
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