PUNTERS can attend the 'UK’s first Prohibition drinks festival' this weekend.

Speakeasy Festival at Oxford Town Hall hosts live 1920s-style swing entertainment while serving Prohibition-era drinks such as gin, bourbon and cocktails.

The event, which begins this evening and finishes tomorrow, aims to take visitors back 100 years to an era where 'mobsters mingled with movie stars, the liquor was wet and the good times roared'.

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Tickets come with a free Tom Collins cocktail in a branded glass.

Drinks cost between £4 and £10 and include world gins, bourbons, American IPAs and 'Speakeasy cocktails'.

There will also be an American food stand serving Chicago-style treats.

Visit speakeasyfestival.co.uk for tickets.