“Truly immersive and mesmerising”
“Moving in the extreme”
“Next weekend just got a lot more exciting”
the greatest Night of the Jazz Age
“An Extraordinary Jazz Age Tale”
– Vanity Fair –
The Great Christmas Feast
Christmas Eve, 1843. Charles Dickens – writer, performer, occasional magician – is preparing his famous annual feast at his home near Regents Park. The year is 1843. He has spent months stalking the City at midnight; locked in his study, weeping and gaffawing at who knows what; ushering vast theatrical machines into his home in the pre-dawn light. For tonight, ‘A Christmas Carol’, the greatest festive tale ever told, will be born.
The Great Murder mystery
The Great Murder Mystery tells the Untold Tale of The Hound Of The Baskervilles. The year is 1889. London is beset by rumours of a demon hound terrorising the streets of the capital. In an urgent press conference at 221B Baker Street, called by none other than Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson, the secrets of Baskerville Hall are revealed, expertly catered by Mrs. Hudson and washed down with the fruits of her well-stocked drinks cabinet.
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
The experience that started it all. 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: An 'at Home' experience
The year is 1928 and Belle Livingstone’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 have concocted 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.
Nominated for ‘Most Innovative At Home Experience’ at the 2020 UK Hospitality Awards
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. The music 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.”
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“BEST NIGHT I’VE HAD IN A LONG TIME!”
“Absolutely amazing, I would recommend EVERYONE GO IF YOU CAN…”SARAH ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ DESIGNMYNIGHT
“WE HAD THE BEST EXPERIENCE.”
“Thoroughly enjoyed the show – magnificent performances and a fantastic atmosphere. Also got to select dishes from the menu, had wonderful service – very friendly and attentive. Really magical.”
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“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 music was superb. Had the best night.”
JACKIE ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ DESIGNMYNIGHT
Truly amazing. Never experienced anything like it. Spine tinglingly beautiful…
The Lost Estate creates live experiences that fuse theatre, live music and stunning dining, as one.
Inspired by Alain-Fournier’s mysterious novel of the same name, The Lost Estate performs the greatest stories ever told, through a fusion of theatre, music, and food. Performances unfold in fantastical, immersive worlds, designed to unleash audiences’ imaginations.
Each experience is unique: guests may find themselves deep within the legend of Swan Lake (The Great Masked Ball, 2018), surrounded by a cast of award-winning dancers; or at the centre of a ravishing Jazz Age love story (The Lost Love Speakeasy, 2019), set in 1920s Manhattan. Wherever they arrive, guests are written into the heart of the story, transformed into protagonists by the vital role they play within the drama.
In 2009, three Royal College of Music graduates founded The Arensky Chamber Orchestra, a daring young ensemble focused on finding bold new ways to present classical music. As their projects became ever more ambitious, encompassing opera, ballet, theatre and hospitality, the need to reform as a production company became clear. Thus, in 2017, The Lost Estate was born.
The company has gone on to serve a combined 50,000+ guests, gathering countless 5-star reviews, working with West End headliners like Obi Ugolala (George Washington, Hamilton) and chefs like the legendary Neil Rankin. As an entirely independent and profitable artist-led company it stands unique within the arts industry. The Lost Estate is now looking for a flagship London location to take its explosive growth to the next level.