Whether you’re on or off the booze, Inception Group has some solutions to blast out those January blues, from a Dry Martini making masterclass at Barts, to the first burly Boylesque show at Bunga Bunga
BUNGA BUNGA BATTERSEA PRESENTS’SINGO BINGO’When karaoke, bingo and Bunga collideÃ¢â‚¬Â¦
Whilst 2019 saw the boom of Bunga Bunga Battersea’s bingo nights, we’re ramping it up a gear for 2020 and fusing it with what we do best: infamous karaoke parties, to create Bunga’s Singo Bingo every Wednesday evening.
Hosted by the loose-lipped Mamma Bunga, expect an eccentric night of singing, dancing, pizza and plenty of confetti, with the chance to win some fabulous prizes, from Bunga hats to a ball pit table and even a Fiat 500 – there’s all to play for!
After a couple of rounds of straight forward Bunga Bingo, Singo Bingo will commence, where Mamma Bunga will pick the first ball to determine which lucky table gets to take to the stage. Then, the selected squad will spin the cage for the next bingo ball, which will pick the song they perform. Together, or as a groupÃ¢â‚¬Â¦ you decide.
Singo Bingo ticket and pizza: £19pp
Fill your boots at the new Cahoots
2019 saw Kingly Court’s favourite Underground speakeasy station, Cahoots, expand next door, opening two new spaces modelled on a 1940s overground station, including a bustling vintage Ticket Hall opening onto Kingly Street and a repurposed Control Room below.
Run by the same team of resourceful wrong-doers, known as the’Scoundrels’, the Ticket Hall will play host to a brand new afternoon tea experience launching in January. Unlike the Underground’s Squiffy Picnic that takes place under wraps on the weekend, Tea for Scoundrels will be a less covert operation, open to all that pass through the station gates from 12pm every Wednesday to Friday.
Join our clandestine crew for this quintessentially British affair and sip on spiffing cocktails served out of cuppas, whilst filling your boots with a smashing selection of cracking cakes and savoury snacks. Surrounded by train station memorabilia, including old ticket kiosks, a lost property area and a period phone booth, we predict many trains will be missed as visitors are swept away by the high-spirited hijinks at Kingly Court’s newest station.
Tea for Scoundrels: £35pp
Boylesque rebornÃ¢â‚¬Â¦ Rippling abs and slicked-back hair have been replaced by Dave the Bear
For 2020, Bunga Bunga is quite literally bringing out the big guns, as it launches its first ever take on Boylesque at Covent Garden. Every Wednesday, guests can marvel at the new explosive mash-up of seriously steamy Boylesque, as well as jaw-dropping circus and divine drag acts, curated by our very own spicy Italian sausage, Dave the Bear.
Combining rib-tickling comedy with exceptional raw talent, Bunga’s revolving cast of international stars means there will be something new for guests to enjoy every week.
Show and dinner ticket: £40pp
CAHOOTS UNDERGROUND Ã¢â‚¬â€œ GARNISH FOR VICTORY
Revive the post-war spirit with Seedlip
Inspired by the historic’Dig for Victory’ campaign during World War II, the 1940s-themed Cahoots Underground has teamed up with the world’s first non-alcoholic spirit Seedlip this January, to create a bespoke menu and Ã¢â‚¬Ëœgarnish for victory’ experience.
Cahoots is issuing a rallying call to all prospective green-fingered guests to venture down to the Underground and try their hand at garnishing their own Seedlip libations with the Scoundrels’ homegrown herbs.
Notable non-alcoholic tipples will include Green-Thumbed Grove, a floral and aromatic mix of Seedlip Grove 42, AEcorn Aromatic non-alcoholic aperitif, ginger, mint & rose syrup and Fentimans rose lemonade, as well as the refreshing herbal creation, Garden to Garnish to Glug, comprising Seedlip Garden 108, AEcorn Dry non-alcoholic aperitif and homemade mint pea soda.
The only thing dry about Barts this January will be its MartinisÃ¢â‚¬Â¦
This new year, Barts’ shady associates are stirring up a storm and celebrating Dry January the only way Uncle Barts knows howÃ¢â‚¬Â¦ with Dry Martinis.
It would be criminal to go against the speakeasy’s founding concept Ã¢â‚¬â€œ an underground drinking den serving lawless liquor Ã¢â‚¬â€œ so they will be choosing to honour Dry January in true speakeasy style, with an exclusive new Martini menu.
Every Wednesday, they will be wheeling out our Martini trolley and delivering a bespoke Martini-making experience to each table.
Whether you like it shaken or stirred, guests will be able to select their preferred ingredients off the trolley, which the mixologists will transform into their dream Martini.