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Enjoy Half Bottle of Champagne and a plate of Macaron during Paradis Latin Show! The Paradis Latin, the most Parisian of the great cabarets, built by Gustave Eiffel and a national landmark in Paris, presents Paradis à la Folie, its exhilarating show which opened to roaring applause this past fall. A little, a lot, passionately … à la folie! “A fabulous cocktail of musical comedy, lavish fanfare and modern ballets” It is an unforgettable evening featuring of course the world famous Cancan. Quality dining, service and review, open every day except Tuesday. Dinner at 20h00, One show nightly at 21h30. This year, the mythical Paradis Latin theatre is transformed into a magical garden where each dancer transports you to scenes full of surprise and gaiety. An enchanted carousel, a masked ball, Paradis à la Folie is a fabulous cocktail of musical comedy, lavish fanfare and modern ballets....
Situated just off London’s Leicester Square, Ruby Blue is a bar and restaurant where you’ll find everyone from clubbers to theatre-goers, tourists to Londoners themselves soaking up that London atmosphere. When it comes to dining Ruby Blue is deliciously on the case. Choose from an interestingly varied menu while you’re entertained by a live pianist (Sat only). Perfect for an intimate dinner for 2 or a fun party night. Sumptuous booths, a gorgeous restaurant & a luxurious lounge make Ruby Blue the ideal venue for a midweek hangout or weekend treat. Happy Hour at Ruby Blue 5-8pm all drinks, everyday!
Three generations explore contrasting ideas about loyalty, ambition and what it takes to win in this powerful locker room drama from multi award winning writer Patrick Marber. A promising young football player arrives at a struggling non-league club and pits the veteran kit man against the ambitious manager who’ll do anything to keep the club and himself afloat. Directed by Max Roberts, this new version of The Red Lion transfers to London following a sell-out run at Live Theatre and stars Stephen Tompkinson (DCI Banks, Drop the Dead Donkey), John Bowler (DCI Banks, The Bill) and Dean Bone (Vera). In a play that resonates in contemporary British society, The Red Lion goes far beyond the pitch to look at hope, obsessions and the desperation of humanity to be a part of something.
Imaginative. Dark. Anne-Marie Duff shines.’ Guardian See Anne-Marie Duff’s razor-sharp performance as Mary in Common, DC Moore's gothic new play about love and vengeance. Now playing in the Olivier Theatre, cast includes Cush Jumbo (The Good Wife). Common is a brand new play by DC Moore about the disappearance of England’s shared land. Common is a co-production between the National Theatre and the celebrated theatre company Headlong. The Artistic Director of Headlong, Jeremy Herrin, directs. Common is “an epic tale of England’s lost land”. Duff plays Mary, a deceptive and dangerous character faced with fighting for her former home against the force of the Industrial Revolution. The dark and funny new play is a story of unsavoury action.