In fact, an addition to Loop Street’s nightlife will be Madame Zingara’s latest masterpiece, “Shake your Honey Mumbai”, located at the site of the original Madame Zingara (corner Loop and Orphan Streets). The proposed five-storey, multi-faceted themed entertainment and dining experience will aim to capture the spirit of India in a restaurant, theatre, authentic markets and retail space due for completion in time for World Design Capital 2014.
Their new show “After Forever” is a mix of secrets & myths, legends & folklore, all aimed at making the audience believe that you’re no longer living in the now, but rather in a timeless land… After Forever.
Around 1900 "Magic Mirror Tents" or "Spiegeltents" as we call them in Flanders, were built to be used as travelling dance halls. The numerous mirrors made it possible to make discreet eye contact with other visitors. The Magic Mirror tents were the domain of the night owls, heartbreakers and dream chasers. They were legendary and are a symbol of the wild "fin-de-siècle" nightlife.