Theatre Review: Queen of Roses, London Cabaret Club
31 January 2017
Celebrating their 5th anniversary Queen of Roses is the brand new cabaret extravaganza recently launched at the London Cabaret Club in Bloomsbury. The building is exceptionally grand, fittingly palatial in fact.
Our evening began with cocktails in the spacious and stylish bar before being shown to our table right next to the stage in the centre of the room, so a great view for us. The show celebrates three of our great Queens; Elizabeth I, Victoria and Elizabeth II and is a truly majestic show combined with fine dining and wines.
It is a night full of dazzling glamour and glitter as dancers, acrobats and singers take to the stage and weave their magic spell around the audience.
All four nations are represented with English Morris Dancers dancing around the Maypole, kilted Scottish drummers drumming, Irish dancers dancing and Welsh voices singing from the mountaintops.
Dazzling trapeze artists spin above the stage and fly through the air and the audience go wild. There are also beautiful ballet and astounding acrobatic performances as well as magical tricks, all to the pounding beat of the music; a truly spectacular show performed by a talented cast and enjoyed by all. Queen of Roses is showing every Friday and Saturday evening.