On Saturday 14th May the scoundrels of Cahoots ventured forth from their illicit subterranean Soho hideout to celebrate their 1st Birthday on the good ship HMS Belfast. It was a spiffing evening of high spirits, scoundrels and swing.
Upon arrival, the Captain of Cahoots greeted guests with delightful Veuve Clicquot champagne before heading up the apples and pears to the upper deck for a BBQ feast, complete with delightfully British cuisine circa 1946. The evening was then filled with classic cocktails made with Bombay Sapphire gin and Bacardi Carta Blanca rum, black market liquor and post war favourites served in hip flasks, milk bottles and old mugs. The wildest cats in town entertained guests all evening long, including performances by the Shirt Tail Stompers, the Roustabouts, Carradine’s Cockney Sing-a-Long and the Hotsie Totsie’s all the way from 1940s New York City.
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