What began as small but high octane party for 50 in Bourne & Hollingsworth’s original speakeasy bar has grown over 7 years into one of London’s most successful parties. And with September’s extravagant celebration, Prohibition has proved that the 1920s is still alive and kicking in London’s social scene.
For the last 7 years, Bourne & Hollingsworth have been catering for Londoner’s who refuse to settle for an over-priced, sub-par clubbing experience. With sell out parties also including Blitz Party, The Chap Olympiad, SS Atlantica and Dark Circus Party, Bourne & Hollingsworth began with Prohibition to realise the demand for something less “everyday”. Even now Bourne & Hollingsworth are known for surpassing expectations with their atmospheric production and innovative theming.
On Saturday 6th September, glamorous pleasure-seekers are invited to party as if it’s 1922 at a secret central London location at Prohibition Party. Obscured from the prying eyes of patrol officers, this evening of illicit drinking and good times will immerse guests into a night full of rip-roaring live bands including a performance from The Puppini Sisters, a Charleston dance-off and a secret drinking den hosted by the Vintage Mafia.Share This Post