house of burlesque sUMMER SPEAKEASY TAKES PLACE AT GRACE HALL, 147 Leadenhall Street, EC3V 4QT

Phone: 020 3909 7980

House of Burlesque Grace Hall

HISTORY:

Opened its doors in 1927, Grace Hall was originally the bank and offices of Grace & Co, a New York family-owned banking firm. The family commissioned architect James O’Connor, who’d already designed several houses for them, to create their new London headquarters. He constructed this elegant four-story building, built from the finest Portland stone, suffused with Art Deco elegance and featuring Palladian motifs throughout.

After becoming part of the Camm & Hooper collection in 2017, having previously been a speakeasy bar, they set out to restore Grace Hall to its former architectural glory.  

dress code: We love our guests to get into the spirit and put on their Sunday best - cocktail attire, seamed stockings, red lipstick, suits, ties, spatz, vintage, dandIEs, sparkles, victory rolls and pearls. The venue and we politely request no sportswear, trainers,  scruffy clothes or tacky fancy dress. 

 

During the show there is a snack and sharing platter menu available to order. There is also a pre and post theatre menu for dining either at 6pm or 10pm, this must be booked in advance, please click here for more info.  

After the show the dance all guests are very welcome to stay in the Grace below bar for after show drinks.

Please note Grace Hall is an 18 + plus venue. If you are lucky enough to have a youthful appearance we recommend bringing ID with you to avoid any disappointment.

*Please note House of Burlesque accept no responsibility for packages and arrangements made directly with Grace Hall.

Closest Tubes: Bank (exit 5)

Via Taxi: We want all our customers to get to us and home safely, please do not use illegal cabs, we highly recommend the following:

London's famous taxis (black cabs)
Can either be booked in advance or hailed on the street or from designated taxi ranks. 

Addison Lee : 0844 800 6677

Uber