Find out how Girling responded to our quick-fire questions in the video below: Girling said that variety and spread all year means London Cabaret Club is able to attract repeat business from customers who want to return with different friends and family members. “In London, we appeal to a wide range of people; from Londoners to international crowds who want something British. We also secure business from the celebration market too, whether that’s a birthday, anniversary or work function because we can accommodate big groups,” she explained. ?We have a lot of people from the entertainment world visit I think they?re interested to see what we re doing and creating for London. The fans have come from everywhere. We ve had lots of TV presenters and sporting stars down,” said Girling. It’s not all about famous faces or money for London Cabaret Club though, as Girling detailed the business is keen to support charities. As a mother, children’s charities are particularly close to her heart. Winning the business of international customers in the UK is the true goal and will see Girling and Fierro expanding overseas, something she claimed has always been on the agenda. “In addition to shows at the club, we do private events in different places we had one in the Middle East in September and it’s because people are drawn to London talent,” she said. A company like ours can roll out globally in the next two years, so we put those measures in place, patents to make sure that happens, in the likes of New York, Dubai, Hong Kong and Sydney. As if that isn’t enough, the London Cabaret Club will be home of a late night diner at the start of next year one complete with LED roller skates, dances and tasty treats. A late night lounge will complement the arrival of the diner, for those who are looking for something less casual. ?We re going to introduce a late night lounge to the ballroom, which has the same concept, running until 2am-3am,” Girling added. Seemingly London mayor Sadiq Khan has won a fan in Girling with the launch of the Night Tube, as she said its arrival is hugely beneficial. “When we do special events like Halloween, they will go on till 5am or 6am. The Night Tube will be great because customers won’t worry about getting a last drink in before rushing off,” she said. Reflecting on how things have changed since launch, Girling noted: London Cabaret Club has become a real business with all the ups and downs. It’s been realising everything from costs to employees needs to be run in an efficient and serious way. With profit made from tickets and alcohol sales, the events division and soon-to-launch lounge and diner, Girling mentioned the arrival of merchandise and memberships will keep that party going and the revenue stream flowing.
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