NEW YEARS EVE 2010
NEW YEARS EVE 2010
The Last Waltz at the Cobden Club
After more than 130 years Notting Hills much loved and most beautiful venue The Cobden Club will be closing itâ€™s doors forever on New Years Eve 2010 with a party to end all parties The countries finest DJâ€™s will take you on a journey that will rock the Coben Club to its very foundations playing the sexiest sounds from then till now.. Join us in saying goodbye with Britains most exciting bands, burlesque beauties, the world champion belly dancer and cabaret from the traditional to the twisted.
A delicious dinner is also available between 7pm and 10pm. Limited seats available. Please call the office to reserve your table on 020 8960 4222.
Djs: PHIL ASHER, NOEL WATSON, CHARLTON, NICK TANN, RICKIE (Ricardo) SNICE
Live performance by: LUCID JAKE, JOY, LA REBLA FAM, THE FUSE, NIKKI DIAMOND and CARLINA
Harlequins and Minstrels: SNAKE BOY, SURI SUMATRA, ANKE LANDEAU as MARLENE DIETRICH
Master of Ceremonies: MICKY P
The Cobden Club was founded in 1866 for believers in â€śFree trade, peace and goodwill among nationsâ€ť, and named in honour of
Richard Cobden the corn law reformer, who died the year before.
Built beside the Great Western canal, its members were laundry workers, totters and others of the worthy poor of Notting Hill. Men from the local gasworks then joined, as did workers from a nearby biscuit factory, both now closed. They would have been surprised to encounter some of the club's future visitors: Mick Jagger, Richard Branson, Boy George, Mick Jones, Brandon Flowers, Martin Amis, Lily Allen, David Grey, Hamish McAlpine, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Kate Moss, Annie Lennox and many more prominent figures from the art, fashion, music and literary professions.
You will be sadly missed. Happy New Year and goodbye to
The Cobden Club.
HAPPY NEW YEAR AND GOODBYE TO THE COBDEN CLUB.
DOORS 7.30PM - CARRIAGES WHEN THE COWS COME HOME.
CALL THE OFFICE TO BOOK YOUR TICKET IN ADVANCE ON 020 8960 4222.