Ragtime Parlour! Early jazz and Prohibition-era frolics!

An evening of 1920s song, dance and silent film

When: Wednesday 25 July; 7pm – 11pm

Where: 20th Century Theatre, 291 Westbourne Grove, London W11 2QA

Tickets: £12 per person - book tickets here


Come on a trip back in time with London's finest early jazz and ragtime musicians.

Singing sensation Patricia Hammond, 'The Canadian Nightingale' lends her meltingly lyrical voice to the songs of the 1910s, 20s and 30s, and the Ragtime Parlour Band will make you get up and dance with their Prohibition-era hot jazz.

Ragtime parlourLondon's best vintage hair and makeup team Ginger & Greene will be there to transform you into a film noir heroine, 1920s flapper or 30s sophisticate.

For those who enjoyed Academy Award winning film 'the Artist', Emily O'Hara's Lucky Dog Picture House will be showing 'Cops' by Buster Keaton, accompanied by live piano improvisation. It is rumoured that Felix the Cat may also make an appearance.

All this in the theatre that saw the world premiere of Oscar Wilde's 'Salome', and the 17-year-old Laurence Olivier's acting debut.

Do not miss this unforgettable event!

Dressing in vintage-style clothes is encouraged, but not mandatory.