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Address8-10 Brewer Street
Soho
London
W1F 0SE
Iveshttp://ives.info/gb/1d5r8
Tags Alcohol License Late Licence Cinema / Screening Comedy Club Concert Hall Historic Building Nightclub Pub / Bar Theatre

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Madame Jojo's, the internationally renowned nightclub situated in the heart of London's West End, has established itself as the capital's destination venue for discerning music lovers by hosting cutting-edge live bands and progressive DJs.

Specialising in music as diverse as Electronica, Hip Hop, Rock, Indie, Disco and Funk, along with sensational burlesque and cabaret shows, top comedy nights and one-off artist showcases - recent acts to play the venue include Scissor Sisters, Ed Harcourt, Bloc-Party and The Kings Of Leon -Madame Jojo's has redefined its artistic output over recent months, underpinned by consistency and quality.

Architecturally a throwback to an era of vintage glamour, with crimson velvet banquette seating and gilded art deco balustrades, Madame Jojo's stylishly retro interiors offset the diverse contemporary musical output and its following, as well as making it make it a popular choice for filming and high profile celebrity and corporate events.

Madame Jojo's most celebrated show is Kitsch Cabaret, an evening of feathers, glitz and dazzling live music, lighting up the club every Saturday night. Kitsch Cabaret is a blend of old-school music hall and Las Vegas floorshow, classic revue entertainment with a modern twist. Guests are offered a unique theatrical experience: drinks, dinner and dancing, top notch professional cabaret entertainers, quickfire repartee, high-kicking glamour and belting showstoppers. For many years, Kitsch Cabaret has been the number one choice for unforgettable parties, creating sensational birthdays, hen nights and all kinds of celebrations for guests who want a fun, entertaining and glamorous night out.

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