Thursday 26th May & Thursday 9th June 8pm – 10.30pm
Hotsy Totsy Supper & Show!
You are hard pressed to name a more iconic London venue than The Windmill in Soho. The site of a former windmill back in the 18th century, it was transformed into ‘Palais De Luxe,’ in 1909 – one of London’s first cinemas.
In 1930, visionary Laura Henderson purchased the cinema and transformed it into the Windmill Theatre. This was a hub for celebrity, royalty, scandal and debauchery and made famous ‘The Revudeville’ – a programme of continuous variety acts, including showgirls, dancers and singers.
Inspired by the antics in Paris’s Moulin Rouge, the then-manager Vivian Van Damm began to include glamorous nudes on stage but only in still-life form as it was not seen as rude if they were motionless!
The Windmill Girls were a huge success and infamous within London Town and The Windmill deemed iconic after staying open throughout The Blitz.
We couldn’t NOT visit this amazing place to check out its recent refurbishment so on Thursday 26th May, we have a very special private table just for Hotsy Totsyers to enjoy a three-course dinner, designed by Michelin starred chef Andrew McLeish, and to watch The Windmill’s incredible show!
Kicking off at 8pm – 10.30pm, it would be fabulous if you can join us! This is a members-only event.
Tickets are £80 and this includes: a welcome drink, a 3-course meal, half a bottle of wine and a show!