About this space
The Alhambra Theatre of Variety was a popular music venue on Leicester Square that opened in March 1854. It became the point of reference for Parisian music halls throughout London, staging circus acts accompanied with exciting ballets. Once the ballerinas had finished for the night? Debaucherous times would ensue in the bar beneath the stage. They would flirt, eat oysters, drink Champagne and make eligible acquaintances.
Now uncovered, The Lost Alhambra is set to become the ultimate after-party destination complete with quirky drinks the likes of their Pisco Inferno cocktail served in a disco ball, and top notch burgers from patty-specialists Dip & Flip.
Lose your inhibitions. Lose control. Lose yourself.