Category: Art & Culture Date: Thursday, 22 August 2013 The Moscow Drug Club will be returning to London this summer in order to spice up your lunchtime with their unique brand of music, which contains elements of everything from 1930s Berlin cabaret to Nuevo Tango. Sure to be a delight for the ears of anyone who enjoys a spot of live music, the performance takes place at midday at Cadogan Hall as part of their Out to Lunch 2013 programme. The Moscow Drug Club promise a highly intimate experience, blending hits from musicians as diverse as Leonard Cohen, Tom Waits and Bertolt Brecht with their own original material. Those seeking accommodation close to the event should consider The Rubens at the Palace four-star luxury hotel, just around the corner from the hall itself and on the doorstep of Buckingham Palace. Be sure to book in with the Get More From Your Stay offer so that you don't have to check out until well after The Moscow Drug Club are due to have wrapped up.