Magret duck salad, wild trout, and gazpacho cordoba; the menu is as eclectic and decadent as the entertainment at Proud Cabaret. Guests can tuck in to a three-course dinner from a set menu (usually £49) with a side dish (£4), plus an uplifting glass of fizz (£8). A glamorous burlesque show will be sure to inspire awe, while a programme keeps audiences in the loop (£5).
A haven of hedonism, Brighton's Proud Cabaret club prides itself on bringing a slice of 1920s decadence to high-end dining and entertainment. Guests are privy to a host of cabaret, jazz and burlesque as they dine in settings that bring back the feel of prohibition-era speakeasies. Guests are encouraged to dress up to the nines in period-appropriate garbs, and to tuck in to seasonal set menus. Meanwhile, performers offer a full array of burlesque arts, be it belly-dancing, hula-hooping or a classic striptease.