The Original Underground
After the war, upon discovering the Station, the Scoundrels were keen to reignite the post-war spirit in their newfound illicit base. Here, they could engage in their nocturnal escapades, flouting the rules of rationing, selling top-notch bootlegging cocktails and throwing sensational swinging parties late into the night.
The Ticket Hall
Located above ground just next door, is Cahoots Ticket Hall. Once a bustling station for busy commuters, the deserted space has yet again been commandeered by the underground Scoundrels of Cahoots. The Ticket Hall pays tribute to what previously lay there, with a giant station clock, vintage film advertisements and fading train maps peeling off the wall. Comfy chairs and ornate lamp shades have been dragged in through the metal station gates to spruce up the place and create an eclectic all-day tea room, perfect for afternoon tea and quintessentially British fare.
The Control Room
Once the epicentre of this disused train station, the Control Room now plays host to roaring parties and live music. Covered in flashing lights, old switchboards, danger-marked levers and webs of wires, this ‘out of bounds’ speakeasy-style area is perfect for late-night tipples. Transformed by the Cahoots’ Scoundrels into the illicit base of their pirate radio station, enjoy a medley of presenters, live performances and swinging mixes.