Nestled underneath the historic Daniels & Fisher Clocktower in the heart of downtown Denver, Lannie's Clocktower Cabaret quickly gained local and national acclaim as the “coolest room in town” for its sensual décor, wildly eclectic entertainment, and unmatched hospitality.
Lannie’s Clocktower Cabaret is named after Colorado singer and entertainment icon, Lannie Garrett. For more than three decades, Lannie has been selling out shows based on her charismatic stage presence, quick comedic instincts, and her ability to connect with audiences of all kinds. Ever the chameleon, her many popular shows run the gamut from glamorous chantuese fronting a 10-piece swing band to the comedy clown in her ever popular, hilarious, country music spoof, “The Patsy DeCline Show.” This year, 2016, Lannie was inducted into the prestigious, Colorado Music Hall of Fame which has honored such musical luminaries as Glenn Miller, John Denver and Judy Collins.
Co-owner and fellow entertainer, Jefferson Arca, aka “Naughty Pierre,” is the beloved host of Denver's current longest running show, "Naughty Pierre's Burlesque & Comedy Extravaganza" (Thursdays, 8pm). Jefferson is an 18-year veteran of the stage and screen, having worked in New York, Los Angeles, and Europe, where he produced, wrote, directed, and starred in film, video, live comedy and theatre in a variety of styles and genres, including an appearance on AMC's hit show, "Breaking Bad".
Lannie and Jefferson joined forces in 2006 to create Lannie’s Clocktower Cabaret, and are thrilled to be celebrating a decade in Denver!
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a venue where people sit at tables, eating and drinking while they take in the show. the word comes from french and literally means “small room”