Speakeasy-themed secret supper club comes to Leeds

The Light, Leeds.
The Light, Leeds.
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A SPEAKEASY-THEMED secret supper club is coming to Leeds for one night only.

The event will include champagne, a three-course dinner, live jazz band and dancers.

The exact location will be revealed on the night, and guests are encouraged to dress up for the occasion in 1920s attire, complete with feather bowers, straw boaters and pin-striped suits.

The catch is there are only 30 tickets available, which are priced at £35 each, so we’re sure it will sell out fast.

The event is being hosted by hosted by The Light shopping centre, and £5 from each ticket will go to their chosen charity St George’s Crypt, which supports homeless people in Leeds.

The Speakeasy Soiree is the first ever secret supper club that the centre has hosted, so we’re excited to see what’s in store.

City Buzz understands that if it proves to be a success, there could be more events in the pipeline.

The Speakeasy Soiree will be held from 7.30pm on Friday, April 22.

To find out more about the event, or to book tickets online, you can visit the website by going to www.thelightleeds.co.uk.

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