All aboard the SS: Atlantica, setting sail on Saturday 31st March. Featuring fine dining, live bands, floorshows, cabaret acts and dancing, SS: Atlantica is a Champagne-sodden foray into the glamour of yesteryear’s most luxurious form of travel. Return to the golden age of luxury travel with a lavish 3 course meal and floorshow followed by a magnificent Ocean Liner party.

Guests will arrive to a drinks reception, with signature cocktails courtesy of Bourne & Hollingsworth. They will then be invited to partake in a sumptuous 3 course meal provided by Jamie Oliver’s Fabulous Feasts all the while being entertained with a decadent floor show as we cruise down the Thames.

From 8.30pm the night will progress into a 1930s style ocean liner party with bars serving classic cocktails and Champagne and a stage holding live floor shows and bands.

The evening’s entertainment follows an authentic ship itinerary from the 1930s, and guests will be entertained by activities and diversions typical to those enjoyed by the P.O.S.H* crossing the Atlantic in those glory days. Gamblers can try their hand at the roulette and black jack tables while music will be provided by London’s finest live bands and singers all performing in the style of the era. So don your finery and join us on deck for a cocktail. 


6.30pm: Embarkation, Cocktail Reception

7pm: Dinner is Served, Floorshow, 1st  Cruise

8.15pm: Boat Docks

 8.30pm: 2nd

Embarkation, party begins

9.30pm: 2nd


1am: Boat Docks

 2am: Disembarkation 

Dress Code: At-Sea Formal Wear

 Gentlemen should emulate the starched collar and immaculate dinner suit of an Agatha Christie villain and ladies can take their inspiration from the silk and fur ensembles worn by stars of the silver screen.


Supper Club and Ball: £60

Supper Club and Ball (full table of six diners): £330

Ball only: £20

I have a pair of tickets (BALL ONLY) to give away. Just tell me what you will wear in the comments below. The Winner  will be announced on Wednesday 28th March.

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I will wear a gorgeous black evening gown with gloves and an stunning jeweled, feathered hair piece…!

Lin Rys commented on Mar 28 12 at 6:28 am

I will wear an 80s neon blue prom dress with a red lipstick and 1920s hair, and I will rock it! 😉

Laura Davies commented on Mar 28 12 at 7:01 am

Oh crikey…um… I’d probably wear a 1930s duck egg blue silk dress that was my mums. She used to be an actress so my sister and I had an excellent dressing up box when we little. This particular dress was her costume from a production of The Importance of Being Earnest in the ’70s, in which my Mum played Cecily. I’m an actress too now so it looks like dressing up is in my blood…

Ceri Ashcroft commented on Mar 28 12 at 8:34 am

will this do?

no, that’s my son actually, in his vintage (and battered) top hat and tails.

i’d take him if i could and no age restriction.

me, i’d wear my deck shoes, nautical shorts, pirate shirt, pirate patch and pirate crutches (well, the crutches are sort of vital to me!)

this DOES sound like great fun!

kat pope commented on Mar 28 12 at 12:10 pm

I would wear my vintage 1960s pale blue silk brocade ball gown – it’s embroidered with pink flowers and very delicate gold thread. It also has a pretty bow in the front! I’d pair it with my vintage 1920s fur wrap (just in case it gets chilly!) and a pair of vintage high-heel Mary Janes. All finished off with a string of Edwardian pearls and red lippy!


sianushka commented on Mar 28 12 at 3:38 pm

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