January 1920: The 18th Amendment was passed, making America a 'dry' country and the consumption and sale of alcohol illegal across the United States. But with prohibition, came rebellion. The 1920s were filled with roaring speakeasies and celebrated sound as the Jazz Age of music and dance filled the illegal drinking establishments.
Join us on the last Tuesday of January to find yourself in The Age of Wonderful Nonsense. Fuelled by live jazz and Prohibition-era cocktails, The Last Tuesday Society will be transformed into a speakeasy toasting to an age of the beautiful and damned — where drinks were strong, jazz sang loud and nights were filled lawless celebration.
Reservations are available in two time slots:
First Showing — 6:30pm-8:30pm (Doors open at 6pm)
Second Showing — 9:00pm-11:00pm (Doors open at 8:30pm)
All guests will receive a Classic Champagne Cocktail upon arrival!
More information to be announced on the three piece jazz band performances.
Feathers, tassels, top hats, and other 1920s dress is not mandatory but always encouraged.