Best Production, London Cabaret Awards 2014

Experience the finest Cabaret in town

As you may have heard, the Black Cat has out-grown its original stomping ground and is out on the prowl! Well, he always did have a roving eye if we’re honest. Winner of Best Production at the London Cabaret Awards 2014, The Black Cat Cabaret has recently been featured in Time Out, ES Magazine, The Stage and Guardian Guide (to name but a few) appearing at Cafe Royal hotel.


Illustration by Fyodor Pavlov
Photography by Ana Krohnistic (The Roustabouts)
Graphic Design by Steve Mitchell (57 Design)



Salon Des Artistes Cafe Royal hotel, W1

Every Friday and Saturday night

Grill Room


The historic Oscar Wilde Bar (formerly the Grill Room) will be treated to a feast for the senses, as The Black Cat presents a series of low-key and intimate cabaret dinner shows. Expect to see internationally renowned cabaret artistes presenting exclusive acts in a uniquely opulent setting – cabaret singers, character comedians, highly-skilled performance artistes, magicians and live musicians – plus DJs until late.

True to its original and glamorous spirit, Café Royal has reopened as a luxury hotel combining contemporary design with historic detail. The Oscar Wilde Bar, formerly the iconic Grill Room, established in 1865 has been exquisitely restored to its original Louis XVI detailing and is now the place to enjoy Champagne, cocktails and a light menu. Nestled between the elegance of Mayfair and the creativity of Soho, the Oscar Wilde Bar is where great minds came together to change the world. It is in this very room that Oscar Wilde fell in love with Lord Alfred Douglas, Aubrey Beardsley debated with Whistler, David Bowie retired Ziggy Stardust and Mick Jagger, the Beatles and Elizabeth Taylor danced the night away.

All tickets include table reservation for the whole evening.

Doors 6pm

Walkabout Performances 6.30pm – 8pm

Main Cabaret Show – 8pm – 9.45pm

After Party and DJs 9.45pm til late

Café Royal hotel

68 Regent St

London W1D 4BY



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The Black Cat at Cafe de Paris Menu 2012

“The Cafe de Paris’ Titanic ballroom has been transformed into a bohemian den”
- ES Magazine

“Glorious eccentricities . . . Finely tuned louche delivery and devilish humour”
- The Stage

“One of the best nights out that the city has to offer”
- The Handbook

“We strongly recommend that you attend”


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BlackCat22_180113-17-2 by Mikael Jaeger Jensen

Photo credit: Mikael Jaeger Jensen


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