An outrageously fun dance hall-style social club for older people is coming to Elephant and Castle after a successful run last year.
The three-hour events are described by the organisers as “tongue-in-cheek ‘posh’ 1940s afternoon teas”, with live performers, volunteer waiters in black tie, vintage crockery and plenty of dancing.
Tracey Smith, who manages outreach and development of The Posh Club in Elephant and Castle, said: “It’s so important to bring folks together around Christmas time because this time of year can leave a lot of people feeling more isolated and lonely than usual.
“Although it’s a glamorous knees up, The Posh Club is at its heart an anti-loneliness project.”
The Posh Club will take place at the LCC studio in Elephant and Castle shopping centre, run by London College of Communication, on December 13, 14, and 15.
Tickets cost £5 and can be booked by contacting Tracey on 07848 816 842 or via email@example.com.
Anyone who would like to volunteer should visit: theposhclub.co.uk