Frequently asked questions
What to expect at the show?
Be transported back in time. The year is 1932, the Gin in sacred and forbidden and the Burlesque dancers even more so.
Behind the dark and dilapidated exterior of 257 Kingsland Road awaits our brand new, adapted show format in line with social distancing and today's current new world. We have had to leave our previously interactive show behind, But this has paved the way for brand new show which brings the same world class entertainment whilst keeping you safe. There will now be two audience sittings per night consisting of an early show at 7pm and a late show at 10pm.
Please be aware our show may include live snakes and the venue contains significant amounts of taxidermy.
What is the dress code?
Dig out you finery and prepare for a night of decadence in your finest vintage threads. We encourage ladies to dress in flapper dresses or vintage gowns, and gents to wear tails coats and hats. Smart dress essential. Please note that no jeans, sportswear or t-shirts are allowed and that entry is only granted in proper dress code.
Is the event seated?
In keeping with all of the latest government guidance and legislation every ticket holder will be seated at a table.
Will there be food available to order?
Unfortunately food is not served at the Gin-House but there are plenty of restaurants in near by Shoreditch and Dalston to eat before hand if you so desire.
How long is the show?
The show lasts approximately 2 hours with one intervals.
Are names on tickets transferable?
Yes, all event tickets are transferable to other persons and details can be amended on the door upon arrival. However every ticket will be scanned and is only valid once.
Can I exchange tickets for a different date or get a refund?
Unfortunately all tickets come with a no refund or exchange policy.
Will any extra dates be released?
All show dates can be found on our “tickets” page. Unfortunately these are all events for the year and no extra dates are scheduled to be announced.
Are there show's every weekend?
Unfortunately not, Gin House event's take place on average twice a month. All dates can be found on the "tickets" page.