Toulouse Lautrec, the Parisian-themed restaurant, piano bar and jazz club in the heart of Kennington is celebrating its 10th anniversary.
It will be holding an immersive, late 1800s Moulin Rouge party.
Escape to Montmartre on Tuesday, November 27 as the entire three-floor venue transforms into an enchanting cabaret with live jazz singers, pianists, bands and burlesque on each level, and an accompanied selection of the restaurants finest dishes.
The venue is named after the renowned French painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec whose time in Paris inspired The Moulin Rouge.
The venue has established itself for 10 years as a vibrant local spot for all round French food, drinks and live music entertainment seven days a week with jazz and cabaret performers.
Tickets start at £29 and are available via Design My Night.
It’s on from Tuesday November 27 from 6.30pm-11pm. .
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