Café de Paris Presents…The Service

On Friday, 23rd March, Café de Paris will launch The Service, a theatrical and immersive burlesque and cabaret show that reflects the dark, sexy and alternative history of one of the world’s most renowned clubs. Experience the glory of Café de Paris in the 1920s beautifully collide with the debauchery of Elton John’s secret A-list parties in the 90s with jaw dropping performances capturing the essence of a history spanning more than nine decades.


Café de Paris has played host to a wide variety of dazzling actors, famous performers and royalty. The Service brings to life the epic tales, dramas and confessions as told by some of the lesser known yet nonetheless remarkable stars – the staff of Café de Paris. Cheeky bellboys pour champagne suspended high above your heads, acrobatic waiters wink and flirt to win favour and seductive secrets unfold throughout the show.

The story is told by the illustrious Reuben Kaye, host and Maître d’, who seamlessly blends lavish storytelling into gilded song, dominating the stage and devouring the audience, making The Service an unforgettable experience.


Prepare to be captivated by the brilliant, award-winning, internationally acclaimed cast. Princess Margaret, who celebrated her 21st birthday at Café de Paris, is played by Bettsie Bon Bon – known as ‘the body of burlesque’ and voted Best Burlesque Performer 2016; whilst Sammy Dinneen, who plays the Valet, is one of the best and most technical hand balancers in the UK. Ken ‘Snakehips’ Johnson, the star of Britain’s black swing movement of the World War II era, is played by Korri Aulakh, who trained at the National Centre for Circus Arts and the National Circus School of Montreal.

Anna the Hulagan, who plays The Club Kid, is one of the UK’s leading hula hoop teachers, best known as ‘London’s cult hula hoop artiste’ (The Times). As the winner of the Triple Crown award at the World Burlesque Games, this Hulagan delivers performances that are as fun as they are sexy.


Step forth into the iconic ‘Titanic Ballroom’ and be transported back to the bygone era of the roaring 20s. The venue is set ablaze with the crème of cabaret, circus and burlesque combined with fabulous drinks, canapés and dining packages. Book in for a two or three course (£75/80) meal to enjoy prior to the show. Or, go all out and indulge in the VIP dining package (£95) that includes a three-course dinner with half a bottle of prosecco per person. Views of the show are also excellent from the mezzanine level, where you can watch the show with waiter service and your own bar (£30).

After the curtain closes, meet the cast in the clandestine Red Bar and enjoy a more intimate experience as Café de Paris transforms into an epic club where you can dance into the early hours.

For an unforgettable evening of entertainment, there is nowhere more magical to celebrate than at the world-famous Café de Paris.

Tickets for Café de Paris’ The Service can be purchased via Design My Night:

Café de Paris

The Service: 18:00 – 22:15 Nightclub: 22:15 – 03:00

3 Coventry St, London W1D 6B

0207 436 1111

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For more information, please contact Colleen Monaghan or Harrie Markwell at Roche

Communications on 0207 436 1111 or [email protected]