My Stage is the World

Oh what a tangled web we weave, when first we practise to deceive

A little place in Soho with a huge history…

For most people, going to the theatre is an occasion – a chance to have a nice evening out with dinner and drinks. The problem with London is that the city is saturated with chains, which are seen by many as a ‘safe bet’ because everywhere else in London is overpriced. Wrong.

In fact there are plenty of independent restaurants that offer a set menu for theatregoers and these places are part of London’s hidden charm. One such place is Kettner’s in Soho, a Grade II listed building that is now a hotel, champagne bar and restaurant. But it’s more than that. This hidden gem hosts a variety of events, including millinery with afternoon tea, 1940s dances and even burlesque.

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