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ONE of Liverpool’s most spectacular restaurant and bars is launching a new special night of entertainment in response to the city region’s Tier 3 restrictions.
Alma de Cuba, famed for its carnival style parties which fuse Cuban, Hispanic and Latin American influences, will now bring a certain je ne sais quoi with French cabaret-style dancing and entertainment every weekend.
From this Friday (October 30th), the renowned venue will host Alma du Moulin – in homage to the effervescent spirit of Parisian party nights at the French capital’s world-famous Moulin Rouge.
Katie Kenwright, co-owner of Signature Living, Alma de Cuba’s owner and operator said: “In recent years Alma de Cuba has become one of the UK’s most exciting night-time venues with big parties, stage shows and lots of colour, but we are now having to dance to a different beat because of the Covid situation.
“We hope in time we will be able to return to our fabulous party nights, but because of the Tier 3 situation we have seen a massive dip in numbers through the door. We have to embrace the new rules and it means reinventing all parts of our business to survive and that’s what we are doing with Alma de Cuba.
“We don’t want to dilute what we have become famous for, which we hope we will be able to continue in the future, so for now we are adapting the entertainment on offer starting with our take on fantastic European-style glamour and fun. I have seen Moulin-type shows on my own travels and we want to bring some of that excitement, some of that daring to Liverpool.
“Our Moulin nights will be a unique and attractive experience for our customers, creating French-chic table-side shows for our dining customers as well as entertainment from our stage.”
All Alma’s performers will be socially distanced, wearing masks and at least metres from tables and entertain diners on each of the venue’s floors as well as from the venue’s stage.
Katie Kenwright added: “Our customers are not allowed to dance, so we are bringing the dancing to them. We are planning to introduce other Covid-friendly events in the future on different days and times as part of finding new ways of providing great experiences.
“We are looking forward to welcoming everyone who wants to find as much excitement as possible, safely in the confines of this new norm.”
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