A World of Untold Tales…
“A genuinely wondrous experience. Truly immersive and mesmerising”
“Moving in the extreme”
“Extravagantly themed…next weekend just got a lot more exciting”
The Lost Estate creates nights out that fuse theatre, live music, stunning dining, and craft mixology as one.
Audiences are plunged into the heart of the action, with extraordinary live performance unfolding mere feet away. The Lost Estate’s work consistently features leading UK talent, from West End headliners like Obioma Ugoala (George Washington, Hamilton) to rising TV stars like Letitia Hector (BBC’s Famalam and Sky’s Venus vs. Mars) to leading classical artists like Liam Riddick (UK Critics Circle Male Dancer of the Year, 2019).
From the moment they enter, guests are enveloped in extraordinary interactive settings, from fantasy Russian Palaces to illicit Manhattan Speakeasy. Each environment is more fantastical and thrilling than the next, like a series of books-become-life. Audiences may find themselves deep within the legend of Swan Lake, at the centre of a ravishing Jazz Age love story or crossing the Cornish Sea in search of the final resting place of Tristan And Isolde.
Around the action, patrons drink cocktails and dine on food taken from the heart of the story. Each menu is deeply immersive, using authentic historical recipes and techniques, researched and designed in collaboration with The Lost Estate’s roster of star chefs, including Neil Rankin (Founder, Temper Restaurants), David Lagonell (ex-Head Chef, Yotam Ottelenghi’s Nopi), Natalie Coleman (Masterchef Champion 2013) and Adam Gray (Rhodes 24, Skylon).
Storytelling, live performance, food and music in one ludicrously epic package, the likes of which you may never see again…
“HAS TO GO DOWN AS ONE OF THE BEST NIGHTS EVER.”
“The venue was perfect and the whole ”prohibition secret vibe” really well delivered. The live band was great however it was more of a performance than just music, which made it even better. I cannot wait until I hear when the next show is. It really shouldn’t be missed”LIZ REECE ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ GOOGLE
“BEST NIGHT OUT I’VE HAD IN A LONG TIME!”
“Absolutely amazing, I would recommend EVERYONE GO IF YOU CAN…”SARAH ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ DESIGNMYNIGHT
“WE HAD THE BEST EXPERIENCE.”
“Got to select dishes from the menu, had wonderful service – very friendly and attentive. Thoroughly enjoyed the show – magnificent performances and a fantastic atmosphere. Really magical.” SOPHIE ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ DESIGNMYNIGHT
“WHAT AN AMAZING EXPERIENCE!!”
“We loved getting dressed up and arriving at the secret venue then giving a password to gain entry. Venue was really authentic, making you feel like you had been transported back in time, combining perfectly with the performers who were brilliant. food was amazing and every course had a twist or a surprise for us….CAN’T WAIT FOR THE NEXT ONE.”CHRIS C ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ TIMEOUT
“Buzzing atmosphere, everyone dressed up and looking fabulous Food and drinks were great but most of all the band are superb. Had the best night dancing and laughing.”
JACKIE ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ DESIGNMYNIGHT
Truly amazing. Never experienced anything like it. Spine tinglingly beautiful…
The Great Christmas Feast
The Great Christmas Feast transforms Charles Dickens’ classic A Christmas Carol into an indulgent and bewitching night out.
Guests are transported to Dickens’ own house, on Christmas Eve 1843. Inside an inspiration-crazed Dickens awaits, with a virtuosic one-man performance of his ‘latest novel’, accompanied by ravishing live music, cocktails inspired by his own recipes and a stunning Victorian feast, woven between the chapters.
The Lost Love Speakeasy
Set in 1929 New York, at the height of the Jazz Age, audiences are welcomed into an outrageous Roaring ’20s paradise, run by the glamorous Stella and her band, The Lost Love Rhythm Kings. Through searing live jazz, tales of lost love from the African American heartlands of the Deep South (written by the award-winning Juliet Jilkes Romero), classic Prohibition cocktails, and mouthwatering New York smokehouse food, guests are swept from Manhattan’s skyscrapers to the waterways of North Carolina and back.
The Great Masked Ball
Stepping through an unmarked door in an empty parking lot, audiences find themselves inside the legend of Swan Lake, guests at a Great Masked Ball, held in a fantasy Russian palace beside an enchanted lake. Inside, ravishing orchestral music, a fusion of classical ballet and contemporary dance, a lavish Russian feast, and the secret of The Black Swan, all await…
In Night's Darkling Glory
Guests are invited to venture from the windswept cliffs of Cornwall to the creaking hold of a boat to an enchanted forest on the shores of Northern France, all in the company of a strange and mysterious monk. Through a fusion of theatre, medieval feasting and opera accompanied by live orchestra, audiences become part of the legend of Wagner’s Tristan And Isolde. Before Romeo and Juliet there was this: the greatest love story ever told.
Ms. Belle Livingstone Spirits
The year is 1928 and Ms. Belle’s latest speakeasy has been shut down by the authorities. Never one to let a raid spoil her fun, Ms. Belle and her trusty bartender Harry present an impossibly indulgent, utterly unforgettable home-delivered immersive Night-In, full of Prohibition cocktail making, red-hot Roaring ’20s rhythms, and impossible Jazz Age tales.