May 13 2023


6:00 pm - 11:55 pm

Eurovision Grande Finale Screening and Cabaret Show

Join us for the biggest event in The Phoenix Arts Club’s calendar – find who will win the coveted Eurovision trophy at London’s Legendary Eurovision Viewing Party!

A feast for all your senses: enjoy a two-course meal of a selection of premium pizzas all from competing countries (meaty & vegan options available) and a delicious trio of desserts, drinks deals, themed cocktails and fabulous Eurovision-themed cabaret acts.

And of course, a live screening of the Grand Final on our big screens.

Do you remember who finished second place at the 1988 Eurovision Song Contest in Dublin? Then you may just stand a chance at winning Europe’s hardest Eurovision quiz! There’ll be prizes galore and yes, a crown and bottle of champagne for the winner, so now everyone will know YOU are the ultimate Eurovision fan.

We’ll also have score cards so you can keep track of who you think will win, oh AND a free glass of bubbly on arrival AND to toast the winner.

This is truly the only way to celebrate the event of the year, book your tickets now to not miss out.

We recommend booking in groups of 4 to 8 (it’s much more fun that way!). Please book in one go so we can have you all sat together.

All tickets include

A glass of bubbly on arrival to get the party started
A glass of bubbly to toast the winner
A live screening of the BIGGEST event in London
The hardest EVER Eurovision quiz to grace the Phoenix Arts Club (we know, an impossible feat) and prizes for the winners
Table decorations guaranteed to create the classiest photos you’ve ever taken (and the all-important scorecards)
Prizes for the best dressed (must be country themed)
Live Eurovision-themed performances from some of the best in London cabaret
A delicious 2-course meal designed to take your taste buds around the world

‘A riotous pop party’ – Time Out

‘The perfect mood for Eurovision hijinks’ – The Independent

‘Always very, very popular this one, so you’ll be lucky to get a ticket’ – London Evening Standard