Entry With Cocktail For Two (£16) Four (£32) Six (£48) or Eight (£64) to Jungle Fever at The Oi Brasil! Rio Samba Shows (61% Off)
- Jungle Fever club night at Rainforest Cafe
- Brazilian and Cuban live music, dancers, and DJs
- In the heart of the West End
- Entry for two, four, six, or eight
- Cocktail each
- VIP table seating
- 60 minutes' salsa tuition
- Saturday night 9.30pm-2am
Limit 1 per 2, 4, 6, or 8 people. May buy multiple as gifts. No booking required. Must present printed Groupon. Valid Sat 9.30pm-2am. Salsa lesson 9.30pm-10.30pm. Cocktail each from the House Cocktail list. Must be 18 or older with valid ID. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 4 May 2012 at 2.27pm.
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Although Jungle birds show off their plumage to attract a mate, some have better luck when they use a feather boa. Shake your tail feathers with today's Groupon from Oi Brasil! Rio Samba Shows. Choose from the following options:• £16 for entry for two with cocktail each (61% off)
• £32 for entry for four with cocktail each (61% off)
• £48 for entry for six with cocktail each (61% off)
• £64 for entry for eight with cocktail each (61% off)
Bringing the amazon to the heart of Piccadilly, the Rainforest Cafe is suitably frilled with foliage, knuckled wood chairs, and aquarium dwellers. The venue plunges partygoers into a synthetic subtropical jungle, with themed menus, cocktail bars, and two floors for monkeying around. Brazilian and Cuban entertainment group Oi Brasil! get the party started on Saturday nights, and the establishment also has firm sponsor roots in the World Land Trust as well as other environmental charities.
Stepping into the midst of sequined bikinis and flurries of feathered head gear, a guest dance instructor will begin the Jungle Fever evening with 60 minutes of salsa tuition for the crowd. Each balancing a cocktail in hand, partiers can then dance the night away with Latin dancers, live music artists, and DJs setting the tone. The fiesta spreads from the salsa room to the eclectic vibes of the Brazilian room, where global music also adds to the shin-dig, and VIP seating is to hand for when dancing feet need a rest on the perch.