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'The Kitty Kat Club' Cocktail Party

The Kitty Kat Club previews at The Mansion, Beckenham Place Park. This stunning venue dating back to 18th Century has recently re-opened to the  public to become a vibrant, creative space to be enjoyed by the local community.

With ornate ceilings, Georgian fireplaces and Victorian floor tiles its faded grandeur makes The Mansion a perfect setting for a Speakeasy.

Date: 7th October 2017
Time: 8pm - Midnight
Tickets: £20 including a complimentary cocktail on arrival
Dress Code: 1920’s encouraged but not required
Address: The Mansion, Beckenham Place Park, Beckenham BR3 1SY

Get tickets at Eventbrite:

Travel Information:

The main entrance to the park is on Beckenham Hill Road. If entering from here you need to walk all the way up the tree lined driveway - about 5mins  walk until you reach the carpark at the top. There will be clues on route! To find the entrance to the speakeasy follow the signs to the back of the building and the secret entrance  and use your password to gain access.

Rail: Beckenham Hill Station (5 minute walk from station)

Buses: 54, 227, 254, 367 & N3.

Cabs: Don’t be a Johnnie Walker (Guy who never hires a cab) order your cabs in good time at the end as we have to be completely off the premises by 12.30 prompt! (Cannon cars 020 8777 888, Beckenham cab 020 3874 0223 or Uber)

If leaving on foot, bring a torch to light your path home!

Password:

In true Speakeasy fashion, a password will be sent to guests the night before the event, Friday 6th October 2017. Please check your inbox! You don’t have to bring along printed tickets, but you will need your password and we will check names on the guest list

The Kitty Kat Club is arranged by speakeasy enthusiasts who book the venue and the bands, organise and publicise the night; the events are  independent of the Mansion.

SPEAK EASY
A speakeasy, also called a blind pig or blind tiger, is an illicit establishment that sells alcoholic beverages. Such establishments came into prominence  in the United States during the Prohibition era (1920-1933, longer in some states).

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