We featured it a while back, but if you missed it, Prohibition is back for more 1920s-style clubbing in the capital.
The date is Saturday 10th April, once again at a 'secret location', which will offer up cocktails from tea cups, flamboyant floorshows, live music, DJs on gramophones, silent cinema, flapper dancing girls and roulette gambling tables. 20s-style clothing is a must.
Interested? You can buy tickets now, with the venue made known to you two weeks before the event.
If you're going to call an event Prohibition, it's only right that the night has a secret location – and this one does, although it does takes place 'somewhere' in London (and very likely Shoreditch) on Saturday 20th February.
As you might have guessed, we're talking 1920s-style decadence, with guests invited to sip cocktails from teacups do a spot of the Charleston, take in flamboyant floorshows and live music, not to mention enjoying DJs on gramophones, silent cinema, flapper girls and roulette gambling tables into the early hours. Of course, a 1920s-style dress code is expected if you want to get through the door and into this bygone world.
Tickets are £15 in advance from the website and the secret venue will be announced two weeks before the event. Doors open from 8pm.
Find out more at the Prohibition website
Some might say there's too much nostalgia in the Manchester music and club scene, but at the same time, that also means there's a ready made market for the return of Factory in the city, courtesy of Peter Hook's FAC 251.
Described as 'a new indie rock and roll club and live venue', FAC 251 is the old Factory HQ, redesigned by original original architect Ben Kelly and operated in conjunction with club operators Tokyo Industries.
It's time to party like it's 1945 with the return of The Blitz Party in London.
The date for your diary is Saturday 30th January 2010, the venue the Village Underground, Shoreditch, which will offer up a night of the finest 1940s cocktails, music and dancing, with Ta Mère & Twin Tonic playing big band tunes, The Spitfire Bar serving Kentish Ale and hearty food to hungry soldiers and another room will project original newsreels and wartime films, accompanied by live music.
More details and ticket sales at the website or check out the club's Flickr site for a glimpse at past events.
Blitz Party website
If you are around in London this Saturday and fancy a glamorous alternative to the usual round of pubs and clubs you may be interested in a new event called SS Atlantica. It's organised by the people behind the Prohibition and Blitz Party nights and it aims to relive the allure of a 1930s ocean liner. There will be live bands, cabaret acts and dancing and, of course, it's a great opportunity to get dressed up in your finest glad rags.
Those of a nauseous disposition will be pleased to know the event takes place on dry land, in a faux liner on St Katharine's Docks. Tickets for the event cost £15.
Find out more online
Not just a screening of a cult classic, Withnail and I go bowling throws in everything related to the film and indeed, a celebration of the year the film was set – 1969.
Taking place on Thursday 30th July from 9pm at The Bloomsbury Lanes, London WC1H, the event promises the finest wines know to humanity, a theatrical performance of best scenes from the film, a film screening, a competition for the best dressed character, a Withnail trivia competition, lighter fuel cocktails (yes, really), some tasty pheasants for your pot and DJ ‘Uncle Monty’ playing the best tunes from the film.
Bowling too we presume, although it's not specifically mentioned (except in the event name). Admission is £3, see the website to find out more. Incidentally, the Withnail and I movie comes out on Blu-ray soon – more on that later.
Bloomsbury Lanes website