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Private Drama

Saturday, September 27, 2014 - 11:15

Putting on the Ritz!

On the 12th of September, Private Drama designed the entertainment for a fabulous 1930's themed private birthday party. Guests were greeted on arrival at the Orangery by the eclectic Fire Tuba musician, who - complete with vintage amp and top hat and tails - amused guests with his unique act where flames intermittently burst from his tuba. After a delicious dinner created by Mustard, our fabulous 1930's flapper girl dancers and dapper gents surprised guests with a mini musical revue which included 'Cotton Club' favourites such as 'Anything Goes', 'Sing Sing Sing' and 'Minnie the Moocher' - Minnie himself then led the birthday host and guests into a fabulous recreation of a 1930's speakeasy. A dazzling evening was had by all.