Currently in the throes of its 90th birthday celebrations, this grande dame of the London club scene continues to draw the crowds with unmatchable, Moulin Rouge-style high camp in fabulously opulent surroundings. Having played host to a glittering array of stars from Marlene Dietrich to Blondie over the years, the Grade II-listed building is dominated by an impressive two-tiered ballroom adorned with dramatic chandeliers and sweeping staircases. Above all, Café de Paris is famed for its fabulous cabaret and hedonistic entertainment: the London Cabaret Society steps up every Friday, with Des O’Connor as compère and a line-up of jugglers, fire-eaters, dance troupes, aerial acts etc; Saturday brings Showtime Cabaret – a riotous mix of magic, comedy, burlesque and chanteuses. If you’re also booked in for dinner, expect a French-tilted menu running from foie gras terrine via boneless rib of beef to crème brûlée.
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