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Halloween at the Courtesan ‘Night of a Thousand Spirits’

Well, here’s a lovely thing: immerse yourself in a night of dark magic at ‘Night of a Thousand Spirits’ at the Courtesan, Brixton’s newest destination venue. Indulge in seasonal cocktails and dim sum specials by candle light, accompanied by a haunted cabaret hosted by West End theatre emcee and vocalist Tim Rogers. The evening will feature performances from burlesque superstars Demi Noir & Eliza DeLite. Join in the fun with party games and a prizes for best costume.

Seasonal Cocktails & Dim Sum specials will abound. Taste love’s poisons with the Belladonna’s bittersweet kiss composed of Strega, Wyborowa Almond, Orgeat & Wormwood. Or wake the dead with the Corpse Reviver No.2: Greenal’s London Dry Gin, Lillet Blanc, Dry Curaco, Lemon & Absinthe. In fact, make SEEN’s a large one.

Hungry? Try Curious Pumpkin Buns with Gujurati spiced pumpkin filling in a turmeric-flavoured fluffy bun, or Black Hart Dumplings: fresh salmon and prawn in a back squid-ink open envelope.

Thursday October 26th 8pm-1am
Tickets from £6.66 via Design My Night

The Courtesan
69 – 73 Atlantic Road
London
SW9 8PU

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