While immersive theatre is steadily becoming one of the most popular attractions in London with shows popping up all over the city, Cabaret Noir have created something that little bit new. Combining the essence of the unexpected in a gripping theatrical performance with an original 1930s style speakeasy allows the audience to experience all aspects of live performance.
This Easter Sunday, The Bedford will present an evening of immersive theatre where the audience watch and become part of the drama that unfolds around them. The action takes place in 1936 during a cabaret performance. Discover if the show really can go on whilst old scores are settled, gangsters expect pay back and all-American starlets expose their secrets. Watch and learn as you take in some breathtaking musical performances, show stopping dance numbers and endless live action drama, this show really does have it all!
The incredible cast features classical singing comedy actor Tom Murphy, soprano Eve Crawford and action specialist Oliver Norfolk with Award winning Writer and Director Sheridan Cassidy returning to the stage for this very special show, ‘A Shot in the Dark’ is not to be missed!
Dress to impress. Gangsters and molls are encouraged to dig out their trilbies and tassels so they can truly become part of the performance!
The show starts at 7.30pm and runs until approximately 10pm in the Club Room. A DJ follows until 2am. Tickets cost £20, include a glass of prosecco on arrival and entrance in to the Club.