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Entertaining London

The Revellers regularly perform at many of London’s most prestigious private members’ clubs including Home House, The Club at the Ivy and The House of St Barnabas. We also have partnerships with some exceptional London hotels including Shangri-La, The Bulgari and The Dorchester.

Upcoming ticketed shows...

Wednesday 27th November | Shangri-La Hotel

Four Calling Birds

Tickets £95 - including champagne and canapés

Book here 

Thursday 28th November | Shangri-La Hotel

Four Calling Birds

Tickets £95 - including champagne and canapés

Book here 

Friday 29th November | The Club at the Ivy

Four Calling Birds

Tickets £45 - including 2 course dinner pre or post show

Book by email here 

Wednesday 4th December | Shangri-La Hotel

Four Calling Birds

Tickets £95 - including champagne and canapés

Book here 

Thursday 5th December | Shangri-La Hotel

Four Calling Birds

Tickets £95 - including champagne and canapés

Book here 

Wednesday 11th December | Shangri-La Hotel

Four Calling Birds

Tickets £95 - including champagne and canapés

Book here 

Thursday 12th December | Shangri-La Hotel

Four Calling Birds

Tickets £95 - including champagne and canapés

Book here 

Show Blurbs

  • Four Calling Birds

Christmas is Coming, the Geese are getting fat and Richard Bleak is getting stressed.

It’s bad enough that the butcher hasn’t been round yet and the decorations aren’t even up, but on the evening of the Bleak’s Midwinter soirée, things are about to take a turn for the hilarious. Inspired by the vintage farces of stage and screen’s yesteryear, Revels in Hand bring you a riotous and joyful Yuletide celebration in a new play specially-commissioned for the season from playwright Oliver Rose. So join us round the tree for a Noël treat, promising laughs, gasps and maybe a glass of something festive. 

  • Noël Coward Double Bill

A gorgeously affectionate comedy of manners, Hands Across the Sea takes place in 1935 just as Lady Maureen Gilpin has returned from her world tour of the British Territories. With the phone ringing off the hook and people expected for dinner, Lady Gilpin just has time to host an unexpected call made by acquaintances she met on her travels. The only trouble is, she's damned if she can remember who they are, or where in the world she met them...

This sparkling comedy is followed by Ways and Means, set in a bedroom on the French Riviera, where heiress Stella and her gambling husband Toby find themselves plagued by debt and potential embarrassment while staying at their wealthy friends’ holiday villa. On the verge of having their reputations destroyed, a scandalous chauffeur turns up out of the blue. Whilst his intentions at first appear dishonourable, he ends up being the key to the couples' salvation...

  • Voice of the Turtle

Gorgeously beguiling and sweetly sincere, this genuinely touching romantic comedy sees Sally and Olive as two friends living the (not so) glamorous lives of struggling actresses in 1940s London. Whilst promiscuous Olive fills her life with frivolous affairs and beautiful men, Sally spends her time studying roles she will never get to play and falling miserably in love with influential producers. When Olive plans a date with dashing Sergeant Bill Page but stands him up at the last minute for a better offer, she leaves Bill on Sally's hands. Sally and Bill, two complete strangers, find themselves bound together for a whole weekend; one they are unlikely ever to forget. 

  • Bell, Book and Candle

One of John Van Druten's greatest dramatic successes, Bell, Book and Candle tells the story of Gillian Holroyd: a chic, city-dwelling witch who sets her sights on the handsome man-next-door. But falling in love means losing her powers... and Gill must decide what is more important. Blending 1950s poise with Revels in Hand's contemporary sparkle, it's the perfect dramatic cocktail.