The London Cabaret Club was co-founded by CEO Evelina Girling and Artistic Director Doni Fierro in November 2013. The company was born after noticing a gap in the market for a unique type of luxury entertainment combining fine dining, world-class performances and impeccable service.
LCC was originally launched as a pop-up within the Arts Club, which was then followed on by sold out residencies at One Mayfair and The Collection in South Kensington. Eventually its permanent home was found in The Bloomsbury Ballroom in Holborn, a stunning 1920s building that reflects the elegance and grandeur The London Cabaret Club has to offer.
Following business school in Sydney Evelina moved to London to work in Management Consultancy and Finance. The CEO then travelled to New York in 1993 to continue her studies in the Arts at Parsons Design School. Whilst living in New York Girling developed a growing enthusiasm for theatre, nurturing her passion through dance classes and regularly attending shows on Broadway. After business required Evelina to return to London once again, she met her now business partner Doni Fierro.
Venezuelan born Doni danced professionally since the age of fifteen. He performed at The Royal Opera House in Covent Garden and was the first Venezuelan to ever dance at the most famous and historical cabaret, Moulin Rouge in Paris. Doni was also a member of The Latin Jazz Dancers who performed in North, Central and Latin America, and won first place in the World Salsa Congress in 1997. Finally, Fierro moved to London in 2004 where he founded his thriving dance studio, The Doni Dance Company.
The London Cabaret Club continues to introduce new, innovative shows each year often celebrating the rich and multi-cultural heritage Britain has to offer. Incredible shows have taken the stage including Queen of Roses, which honours Britain’s female monarchs, Hats, Heels & Horses based on a day at the races and London Never Dies, inspired by the iconic world-renowned spy, James Bond. Each show is carefully refined taking into account the seasons, London’s social calendar and musical themes that we believe will resonate with our audience.