Thursday 14 - Friday 15 February, 7pm| Kedleston Hall | £65
Cold steel meets hot temper
“The scotch has run dry, so has my caseload. The crime rate of my city is through the roof, but no one has walked through my door for months. Something stinks. The rich get richer; the poor get screwed. As with everything, it all starts and ends with money and dames. So tonight I’m going where the cats get their groove on, the jazz is loud, the dolls over-friendly; where the liquor runs free, but it all leaves a bitter aftertaste.”
You’re invited to attend the society party of the season and experience an evening of glitz, glamour and duplicity at one of the country’s finest stately homes. Join The Lost Boys on this interactive and immersive event as Caesars’ Hall becomes the 1950s luxury mansion of American steel magnate Vincent Vanderbilt, a man with a reputation as big as his bank balance.
During the evening, your welcome drinks and three-course meal will be accompanied by live jazz vocals from femme fatale Veronica ‘Ronnie’ Velvet. And as the evening progresses you will be joined by hard-bitten detective PI Bill Houston, and a host of other shady characters, each with their own motives for being under the Vanderbilt chandeliers on this fateful night.
Please arrive 15 minutes before the show starts for your welcome drinks.
The three course meal is a set menu, you will be contacted to make your choices nearer the time.
As with most of The Lost Boys events, the language might get a bit rude. Age guidance is 16+, but at the guardian's discretion.