The room is small and intimate, probably seating no more than 80 or 90 people; it is beautifully decorated in a 1930's style and has a great atmosphere. Service is attentive and prices are not outrageous - we paid just £20 per ticket. We saw a new singer, Carole Bufford, brought over from New York for the week. She was really excellent - we thoroughly enjoyed the show and then repaired to the Brasserie Zedel, that is within the same building, for dinner. The whole evening, including drinks and dinner, was around £50, which I think is excellent value. I can really recommend this for an evening out in London.
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