Clubs in Mayfair
A nightclub, recording studio and private members lounge in Hanover Square.
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Karaoke Box Mayfair has seven rooms available for hire, including the 'Lady Gaga Padded Cell' and the Elvis-inspired 'Gold Room'. Accommodating between four and 12 people, the rooms have English, Japanese and Arabic karaoke systems and offer room service from the cocktail bar. Prices vary depending on the time of each hour-long session; cheaper sessions are available in the afternoon and early evening. Accompanied children are welcome until 6pm. Booking is essential.
Gagging to bump into Beyoncé, party with P Diddy, roll out some serious shapes on the dancefloor with Rihanna? You could do if you swing by this super-sleek Mayfair club, as they – and countless other A-listers – have all been spotted here. Well, you could do if their entourages weren't there watching out for riff raff like you, of course. Glitz and glamour are the name of the game at Whisky Mist, which aims to encapsulate the Spirit of Scotland, although we're betting they don't sell Irn Bru. What it does do is give clubbers looking for a sophisticated night out a chance to grab a slice of the high life, with various exclusive-feel one-off events, after parties and club nights with DJs spinning sexy house, soul and disco.
There's not a lot you can't play at this Leicester Square gaming complex. You can roll the dice on everything from three card poker, American roulette, blackjack and punto banco to electric gaming, slots and pai gow tiles – a Chinese gambling game played with a set of 32 dominoes. There are restaurants and bars on site too, as well as the Dragon Lounge – a special room for the VIPs to go for the big bucks. Special events and offers feature regularly, too.
Venue says Laurent-Perrier has taken over our Icon Balcony Bar with a summer Champagne garden. Book now for the perfect way to enjoy the British summer
What’s on? Club nights in Mayfair
'Briefs' comes to Christmas Leicester Square in November 2018. This review is from 2017. Shivannah – the host-cum-ringmaster of racy cabaret-circus show ‘Briefs’ – is so engaging that even his pre-show request for us to turn our phones off is entertaining. And that sort of says it all, because from that moment of usually-nondescript-theatre-admin the ‘Briefs’ boys will have every speck of your attention. In fact, even before the troupe emerge in their pastel morning suits – no shirts, obvs – the tent is in full-on celebration mode, with a party playlist blaring as the audience takes their seats. It’s a welcome return to the South Bank for the Brisbane boys, who’ve sold out their London shows for the past three seasons. With a raid-worthy wardrobe – there’s feathers, lamé and huge beaded necklaces for everyone – this time their exhausting-sounding combo of comedy, drag, burlesque, contemporary dance and circus has a sci-fi spin. They’ve come to visit our grim present from the oh-so-glittery future to show us that things get better (thankfully without the use of a ‘D:Ream’ number) and how to get there (nice manners will help, apparently). There are far-ranging references, going from ‘Armageddon’ to ‘Alice in Wonderland’, with a ‘bunny rabbit’ performing simple-seeming – but actually kind of mind-blowing – tricks with alarm clocks. Meanwhile, Mark ‘Captain Kidd’ Winmill has mouths agog as he flips and twists around in an awe-inspiring aerial display: his trapeze skills are