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So convincing are the To The Trains sign and the wooden escalator that leads to Cahoots’s ‘booking office’ that tourists regularly mistake ‘Kingly Court Station’ for the real TFL deal. In this fantasy Tube station, a bona fide old red Bakerloo Line carriage, retro railway paraphernalia and Goodnight Sweetheart styling set the scene for a Keep Calm And Carry On 1940 tea party held Underground as Luftwaffe bombs rain down above. Plummy-toned staff in period attire encourage Roll Out the Barrel singsongs and jitterbugging to swing jazz at weekends. Pucker up to Anne Shelton, a vodka, berry and pomegranate Champagne cocktail named after the Forces sweetheart, or succumb to Lauren Bacall, a Pampero blanco rum, peach and orange marmalade Sour. Free rations – sarnies in army issue tins – are a typically fun touch.


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  1. Published : Monday, 30 March 2015

    My Blonde Reality :: Review: Cahoots, London

    What do you mean you’ve never heard of Kingly Court Station?

    Where have you been?

    So, what makes this ‘tube’ station the place to be?

    Cahoots, that’s what!

    The newest bar in London town is the latest brainchild of the genii nightlife impresarios, Duncan Stirling and Charlie Gilkes of the Inception Group...
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  1. It takes a lot to excite us, there are countless new bar openings in London and to be honest, most of them look just like the last one. But then Cahoots happened and Kingly Court got even better. It’s formerly the Disco club, part of the Inception Group who own bars like Bunga Bunga and Mr Fogg’s – none of which we’ve been to, but we want to now. Inception’s Charlie Gilkes and Duncan Stirling have turned it into Cahoots – an amazing 1940s themed bar in an old air raid shelter disguised as a tube station, tucked away just off Carnaby Street...
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  1. Last week, when the temperatures soared to 36 degrees (boiling for England!) and London was failing to cope, I ended up heading underground. To a tube station no less.

    If you’ve ever been in London in the Summer, you’ll know that The Underground should be avoided if at all possible. It’s hot, stuffy and, if last Wednesday is anything to go by, you’ll probably end up with someone else’s sweat on you.

    Don’t worry, I hadn’t completely lost it! I had good reason to be heading underground on the hottest July day since records began. I was headed to the coolest (it was actually pretty cool temperature...
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