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Queen of Shoreditch Jonny Woo hosts dinner canbaret at Liverpool Street's Andaz Hotel

PUBLISHED: 14:33 04 June 2010 | UPDATED: 16:07 05 October 2010

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CROSS-DRESSING performance artist and Queen of the East End Jonny Woo will host an evening designed to seduce, shock and have guests in stitches as the scoff down a specially-created three course meal at posh Liverpool Street hotel Andaz. Jonny has teamed

CROSS-DRESSING performance artist and Queen of the East End Jonny Woo will host an evening designed to seduce, shock and have guests in stitches as the scoff down a specially-created three course meal at posh Liverpool Street hotel Andaz.

Jonny has teamed up with Andaz's 1901 Restaurant to host Fete Surprise on Saturday and promises a riotous night of cabaret and five-star dining.

This weekend's Fete Surprise has the theme 'Everybody's Birthday' and organisers say it will include spectacular performances, glamorous costumes, outrageous party games with fabulous prizes, birthday cards for every guest and a recommended party frock and bow-tie dress code.

The one-of-a-kind evening is one of London's hottest tickets, with Andaz creating five-star menus for diners.

Tickets are £49, which includes canapés, a three-course meal and drinks. The evening will start at 7.30pm with cocktails and dinner will commence at 8pm.

The theme for July's event will be Tartrazine Dreams and August's will be The Pearly Party.

To book tickets to Jonny Woo's Fete Surprise at Andaz Liverpool Street on Saturday, contact the reservations team on 0207 618 7000 or London.restres@andaz.com


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