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Stamp Club London


Stamp club London is a brand new members only venue that has launched at the former site of one of London's most gorgeous venues Maya night-club which closed late 2012.

Stamp Members Club, 79 Oxford Street, London, London, W1D 2ET

Stamp has worked very hard on the appearance of the venue and it boasts one of the most advanced lighting systems in London with each table illuminated with a glow of LED and two small staging areas in the centre of the venue that also light up to show off some of the entertainment acts that Stamp entertain its members with on a weekly basis.

Stamp is a members club and all guests must sign in at the door and be referred by a member to ensure the exclusivity of the crowd and ensure that each guests is provided with the VIP experience that Stamp Club London offers.

 With new venues popping up around London it is important that venues now opening stand out from the crowd and Stamp Club effortlessly brings an exclusive setting whilst allowing guests to party in comfort with booth seating around the venue and comfortably sized tables ensures that guests and not treated like cattle as can be seen at many other boutique clubs in London.

The capacity of Stamp Club is a comfortable 300 and with private room available to book for high spenders. What happens at Stamp stays at Stamp....

Stamp Club London

Stamp Club London provides an in-house magazine for all guests and each month Stamp Club brings artists from all over the globe to perform for guests at private parties only available to a select few.. Velvet PR can arrange access to these events, simply get in touch and we can ensure entry for our members.

Tables at Stamp are highly recommended and these can be arranged from a  £500 minimum spend to the private booths that will set you back no less that £1000. Velvet PR have an exclusive allocation of member spaces which we can pass onto our guests for Fridays and Saturday nights and these spaces can be booked using the application form below.

The final word...

Stamp Club London is a venue that has to be seen. With the music being provided by Dean Scorch (cirque, maddox, press club resident) you can be sure to be dancing until the early hours in comfortable surroundings with the very best the London crowds can offer!


STAMP CLUB ADDRESS : 79 Oxford Street, London, London, W1D 2ET

What is Stamp Opening and Closing Times: 10pm- 3am

Stamp  Clubs Dress Code: Very smart

Guestlist details /Standard Entry: Ladies free before 11pm Gents £20

Tables: Available to book / start from a £500 spend

Stamp  Entry policy: Guestlist only, get on the guestlist below

Membership: Everybody

Age restriction: Over 21s  



July 10, 2014 Posted by admin in Clubs

Cafe Kaizen Guestlist

Guestlist and Table Bookings

Cafe Kaizen

If you’re the type of person who longs to socialise among London’s brightest stars, take in the city’s most exclusive and fashionable hotspots whilst sipping some beautifully concocted beverages, then slap on your coolest suit hop in a limo and get down to Mayfair.

Situated on the border of Mayfair and Soho, in London’s most sought after and trendy areas, lies the Cafe Kaizen Guestlist. From the moment you enter Hanover Square blindly following Googlemaps in an attempt to find the joint, you gain a sense of exclusivity. With nothing to give the entrance away except a couple of friendly bouncers, you’ll be greeted like a VIP and lead down into a world that screams arty New York.

The decor is unique and will certainly get you talking, with luxurious bathtubs to wash your hands in contrasted with spades of bare MDF. If discussing interior design is not your cup of tea however, be sure there will be someone famous there you can gossip about instead.

Take the beautiful people of “Made in Chelsea”, of which Cafe Kaizen Guestlist has appeared in numerous times, the beauty of central Mayfair and the modern art of New York, blend them together in a basement and you have some idea of what to expect. If you like to go clubbing, but prefer to be able to hear yourself think how much you like the music then this is the place for you.

With an emphasis on sociability, encouraging you to sit with your friends take in the unique surroundings and ingest some top class cocktails, but also giving you the option to let loose and bust a few moves if the mood should take you. Sit back, relax, spot some celebs and enjoy your evening.

The music serves more as entertainment than the main event here, but don’t take that to mean the DJ’s are second rate, boasting a weekly residency of Felix the Housecat and DJ Kid Flo throughout the week, and a range of chart topping DJ’s at the end of the week. Expect to find every top end spirit, beer and champagne at the bar, along with a sophisticated range of cocktails. However also expect to pay central Mayfair prices for them, if you’re looking to be cheap and cheerful, you’d be better off in a Brixton Wetherspoons.

Oozing high end art, fashion and culture Cafe Kaizen Guestlist will make you feel like a recently discovered abstract artist in New York for the evening. If you’re looking for a place to kick back with some well dressed friends, sip some world class cocktails and absorb the super fresh surroundings get yourself to Cafe Kaizen.


Cafe Kaizen Address : Cafe Kaizen, 17 Hanover Square, London, W1S 1HU

What are Cafe Kaizens Opening and Closing Times: 10pm- 5am

Cafe Kaizen Dress Code: Relaxed

Guestlist details /Standard Entry

Tables: Available to book

Cafe Kaizen policy: Guestlist only, get on the guestlist above

Membership: Everybody

Age restriction: Over 18s

May 29, 2014 Posted by admin in Clubs


Maddox Guestlist and Maddox Table Bookings

Maddox Guestlist and Maddox Table Bookings

Maddox club opened in 2007 in Mayfair, London and has been one of the favorites amongst London’s A-List crowd. It was voted “Best Club” at the London Bar and Club awards in 2012. The club is lavishly intimate, mostly made up of member tables and semi circular black leather booths. It features an outside courtyard and the famous Green Room.

This boutique Mayfair club is set across two floors and a small courtyard. Designed for a high end crowd, it has all of the ingredients for success; a trendy restaurant, luxurious club and sociable outside area. This allows its elite members space to socialise with their guests and make new friends in the more relaxed environments upstairs or outside before venturing back into the intimate club to continue the party.

Designed by Samy Chams, the interior mastermind behind many of London’s best night clubs and bars, Maddox could be described as opulent yet minimalist. Expect deep glowing hues of blue, purple and red against a dark minimal background. Straight through the front doors is the mezzanine restaurant, serving Mediterranean and Italian cuisine.

Unique to Maddox is the glass DJ booth, set inside the restaurant, which unites the dining and clubbing experience. To access the subterranean club, make your way down the dramatic staircase, under the impressive chandelier.

Maddox is an all encompassing venue with a fully commercial restaurant, upstairs bar and nightclub and one of the only venues aside from sketch to have a DJ booth sat within the restaurant. The music policy at Maddox is mainly house music and some of the worlds biggest DJ's have been responsible for playing at the venue over the years.

The opulence decor and sublime food alongside top class service make Maddox the place to check out and be top of your list.

Maddox club which is set over 2 floors of stunning design and now with an impressive coutyard being opened and terrace once you enter Maddox there really is no need to leave. In the hot summer evenings the outside terrace situated at the back of the subterranean nightclub is the perfect setting to sip cocktails from the excluisve menu that Maddox has created specifically for its patrons.

We are looking forward to party with us at Maddox Club.

Maddox Club Guestlistis one of London's most notorious A-list hotspots and winner of multiple bar and club awards over the years.

Maddox Club Guestlist has been at the top of it's game for many years and continues to be at the top of the list for many of the biggest spenders in London and abroad whenever they are in town for a big night-out.

Since opening Maddox Club Guestlist has played host to some of London's biggest DJ's and exclusive VIP events and in regularly in the papers for playing host to A-list celebrities on a weekly basis. anyone who is anyone will have parties at this exclusive nightclub haunt and if you really want to party the night away in style then booking one of Maddox Club Guestlist table is the way to do it.

Tables at Maddox start from a £1000 minimum spend and go upwards from here. On the weekends you may struggle to be able to book one of the tables as they regularly sell out so an early Maddox table booking is essential!

You can order food at Maddox and Maddox Club Guestlist operates a fully commercial restaurant alongside it's VIP club nights that fill the venue on a weekly basis!

Maddox is not cheap and drinks can be around the £15 / £20 mark for a vodka mixer. Tables are highly recommended and these can be booked from a £500 minimum spend throughout the week and from a £1000 minimum spend on the weekends.

Maddox was opened by renowned club proprietor Fred Moss, the same man behind Movida and Chinawhite. With its’ strict member policy, it is one of the most exclusive clubs in London and boasts a highly attractive and wealthy A-List clientele, composed of the international elite, VIPs and celebrities. Most of the crowd are members and their guests. At Maddox, it is not uncommon to see wealthy members ‘competing’ with neighbouring tables for the biggest drinks bill.

However, with the opening of the restaurant, now non-members have the chance to book a table for dinner and then after hours, head downstairs to the club to join the party. Although you don’t have to be a member, expect to both dress and pay like one. All in all it's a pretty affluent West London crowd in the venue, with rarely any sign of trouble and some of the most polite clientèle you could meet it's certainly up there with the best.

While getting through the door could be a challenge, it will be worth your while. Attracting London’s most beautiful and exclusive party goers, you’re guaranteed an unforgettable night of pure indulgence. Remember though that this is a private members club so either grabbing yourself a membership or heading with an existing member may be your only option of getting inside the venue. It's all a bit tricky really. But that's what makes this place fun. Not everyone can gain access and when you're inside you feel part of something rather special.


Maddox Entry Fee

Maddox entry fees are £20 at the door (occasionally £20 entry for some guests on the guestlist) before midnight.


Maddox Table Prices

Maddox table prices differ depending on the night of the week, the kind of table required and the guy:girl proportion of the group. The starting cost is £1000 min spend for groups of up to 10. VIP Maddox table prices begin from £2000 min spend for groups of up to 10. Entry fees of £20 apply with a table booking at Maddox. In the event that the guy:girl proportion is uneven please get in touch with us to check what might be the table cost for your booking.
We offer a table booking service Maddox and you can book below. If you require more information on Maddox table prices or about the venue itself please get in contact with us. We recommend booking your table at Maddox as early as possible to avoid disappointment.


Maddox Address : Maddox, 3-5 Mill St, W1S 2AU

What are Maddoxs Opening and Closing Times: 10pm- 3am

Maddox Dress Code: Smart

Tables: Available to book / start from a £500 spend

Maddox policy: Guestlist only, get on the guestlist above

Membership: Everybody

Age restriction: Over 18s

May 14, 2014 Posted by admin in Clubs


Guestlist and Table Bookings


Werewolf Club London situated right in the heart of piccadilly at the former site of the infamous Pigalle jazz club is the latest offering to the london nightclub scene which has seemingly jumped on the already hugely popular bandwagon of clubs that provide more than just a room with music. Plus Werewolf Club London offers a mix of hedonism and creativity taking much of the inspiration form the hugely popular Box venue in soho. Werewolf Club London is an all encompassing nightclub, theatre and gallery all under one very impressive roof.

This venue has one of the largest projector screens you will find in a nightclub anywhere in London and this interactive elements of werewolf club brings a whole new  dimension to proceedings.  The upstairs VIP section which is currently closed is perfect for any larger bookings private hire should you wish to go all out at this exclusive a list nightclub.

The capacity in the upper floor of werewolf is 150 and the ground floor will comfortable in hold 200 to 250 guests. When the Entertainment is not being provided into intermittently throughout the evening guests are encouraged to get up on the stage and show off their finest moves to the fellow partygoers.

With such an original decor and no expense being spared Werewolf club is a venue that has to be seen to fully experience.

The location of Werewolf club right in the heart of the west end ticks many of the box's and with an unrivalled promotional team behind it this is sure to be a massive success. The interior of Werewolf Club London impresses immediately with a tribute to a quirky 80s design that pays homage to cult classic films.

The design creates an amazingly unique feel and you feel right at home from the outset. All of this comes together nicely with a state of the art sound and lighting system which with all these ingredients adds up to a truly amazing experience.

With a strong focus on delivering impeccable standards of service, Werewolf is a true asset to the West End that catches the eye of Londoner and tourist alike. 

Werewolf Club will play host various club nights and events midweek and weekends and guestlist and table bookings can be made using the contact form below. Tables are highly recommended and especially front row seats so you can get a front row view of the entertainment are highly advised!

Consider Werewolf club as an entertainment complex that intrigues all the senses as soon as you arrive under the neon lights of werewolf club.

The venue itself takes inspiration from the hugely successful venue such as The Box Soho with one of the largest stage areas within a club London has ever seen.  As the clock strikes midnight you can expect various forms of entertainment which are guaranteed to shock and amaze.

Werewolf club is split over two floors with a small dance-floor area and the stage which guests are invited up on to the stage area when the entertainment is not performing.  The upstairs section of werewolf club gives you the best view of the house and allows you to look down over the guests below amongst your own VIP setting.  The capacity is split over two floors so on a busy night you can almost feel like you're in two separate clubs!

Werewolf club has undergone a multi-million pound refurbishment since the closure of the Pigalle club earlier in the year.  As you enter werewolf club the shiny neon sign gives you a taste of what to expect as you descend the dark stairs and graffiti covered walls into the club.

The atmosphere of the venue  is dark and mysterious with different looks and crannies scattered around the venue for you to explore.  Werewolf club has its own selection of modern and contemporary art scattered around the venue and it really is a feast for the eyes wherever you look.  The music policy on Fridays and Saturday nights  is mainly R&B and hip hop with DJ Yann Urban Soldier playing his own unqiue mix of remixed version of songs to keep you dancing away until the early hours.

 After 16 months of extensive planning to put werewolf club together this is already the most talked about club in London.  Werewolf club is perfect for private and corporate events with one of the largest projector screens in London used as a backdrop for the stage area.

 As always with Velvet PR Venues Werewolf club is strictly Guestlist only and guests are encouraged to pre-book with Velvet PR to ensure entry.  Tables can be booked from a £500 minimum spend and upstairs VIP tables start from £1000.

 If you wish to experience werewolf club then fill up the contact form below and one of the team will get back to you in due course with your Guestlist Confirmation.


Werewolf Address : Werewolf, 23 Orchard Street, London W1H 6HL

What are Werewolfs Opening and Closing Times: 10pm- 3am

Werewolf Dress Code: Smart

Guestlist details /Standard Entry: Ladies free before 11pm Gents £15

Tables: Available to book / start from a £500 spend

Werewolf policy: Guestlist only, get on the guestlist above

Membership: Everybody

Age restriction: Over 18s

April 9, 2014 Posted by admin in Clubs


Guestlist & Table Bookings


On the 16th May 2014, Press Club London opened its beautiful doors and threw an almighty opening night featuring the likes of popular London DJ- 'DJ Scorch' and since then has gone from strength to strength. It is the newest, high-end club to open in the West End. Right near Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square underground station and with DSTRKT and Cafe de Paris a stone throw away, why would you wanna be anywhere else? This location is perfect.

You will definitely feel like a VIP as soon as you walk through the Press Club Guestlist,where you are then greeted with a beautiful staircase covered in white Thasos stone,then met with the red carpet to end up at the awe-inspiring circular bar in the centre of the venue. This, paired with The Funktion One sound system (the first ever to be installed in a venue) and 13 shiny new 80-inch 3D televisions makes this an incredible place, whether you are throwing a party, fashion show or product launch, while the walls are adorned with 13, 80-inch 3D televisions.

Press Club London really is a Cinderella story. What was once a car park has now been transformed into one of London's most prestigious clubs. What was once an ugly duckling has blossomed into a pretty sexy superclub. It may have taken 4 years and £25 million, but it was certainly worth the wait! It is now a stunning place for an amazing night out. Before this hedonistic haven even opened, the owners were approached by Jay-Z’s chain of nightclubs 40/40, but decided against selling their masterpiece. In an interview with The Evening Standard the owner, Gazmend Prekazi said: “We wanted to create a club like the old days, where you can come down and have a good time no matter how much money you have. We don’t want anyone to feel left out. We are trying to be a Superclub on a par with the ones you’d find in St Tropez, Cannes and Ibiza. London was waiting for something like this."Gazmend certainly set the bar high for this newbie club, but it has certainly lived up to its expectations. This club is genuinely new. It has never been any other club, it has not been renovated and re-branded. It is a totally new build. Brand spanking new clubs like this are hard to come by in London so make sure you come and see this exclusive gem of a venue.

The club itself is an amazingly adaptable space, which has a large capacity of 1000 guests. The club is divided into 5 main club areas each with their own individual style. So whether you prefer to be where the action is or to party in private at Press Guestlist, this space can cater for all.Unlike many other clubs being VIP here doesn't just mean a velvet rope. Each VIP area is reached by a private lift and have a discrete back exit with their own restrooms. If you like to arrive in style, it's also one of the few clubs in London that offer valet parking. One of the perks from its car park roots.

Press Club Guestlist's best nights are on a Thursday, Friday, and Saturday and mainly plays House, Dance and Chart music, but no matter your music taste you will not be disappointed. Just so long as you're dressed to impress. Doors open at 10.30pm and the club closes at 3am. The club is high-end , but for a high-end club its drink prices are very reasonable. If you don't want to spend too much a glass of house wine is £7. Meanwhile Press Guestlist has a large range of cocktails all varying in flavours and particularly prices, which start at £18 and go up to £180, while the largest bottle of Ace Of Spades champagne will cost over £60,000- If you are feeling super fancy. This is just another aspect of this clubs versatility.

This place is one of the only "new" clubs in London that are in fact genuinely new. For the best decor, facilities and space that £25 million can buy, and an eclectic drinks menu for every price range, 1000 beautiful people ready to dance the night away, unrivaled VIP experiences, in one of the most perfect, liveliest locations in the world. You should really visit Press Club London.

If the Press Club Guestlist sounds like your kind of place and you would like to attend, we suggest planning ahead and booking as this is a very popular venue that reaches capacity quickly. So for Guestlist or to book a table(£500 min. spend), get in touch using the contact form below.

Be prepared for a memorable night!


Press Club Address : Press Club, Clareville House, 47 Whitcomb Street, London WC2H 7DH

What are Press Club Opening and Closing Times: 10pm- 3am

Press Club Dress Code: Smart

Guestlist details /Standard Entry: Ladies free before 11pm Gents £15

Tables: Available to book / start from a £500 spend

Press Club policy: Guestlist only, get on the guestlist above

Membership: Everybody

Age restriction: Over 18s

March 20, 2014 Posted by admin in Clubs


Guestlist and Table Bookings

The Brompton Club

The Brompton Club is a high-end members-only venue in the affluent area of South Kensington. Located on the lower ground floor of the Kensington Hotel, this place is known for its slick and sophisticated display of grandeur. The ever enchanting Brompton Club is without doubt a taste of luxury as the general rule of thumb is that if a place starts with 'The' and ends in 'club' it's going to be pretty glamorous. Unless perhaps it's called 'The Cheap Club' but even then, it's probably some ironic joke.

The Brompton club is only a short walk from South Kensington tube station in prime location sat juts on the corner of the very cool and exclusive Brompton Road.

Reminiscent of a murder mystery mansion, The Brompton Club is a vision of mahogany; there’s that rich and classic smell of expense. You sort of look at it and inexplicably think 'Sherlock Holmes' and have an unusual craving for pipe tobacco. The Brompton Club is decorated wall-to-wall with dozens of mounted pictures and photographs, and it would seem they are especially fond of horses. They love a good horse picture. The Venue itself is notoriously professional and slickly run, with the best service that money can buy which only elaborates its luxury status. The dining space doubles as a club and dance floor allowing for an elegant evening of dining, drinks and dancing. Waltz anyone?

The Brompton club is sat in the basement of the Kensington hotel, inside you will find a sexy in serious surrounds you with Rich dark words mixed with reds and greens which gives the Brompton club a luxurious an exclusive feel as soon as you step foot into the doors.

Entry to the Brompton club is strictly for members only, this venue is really at the height of exclusivity and sophistication so only the finest dressed guests will make it through the doors.

Membership to The Brompton Club is strictly through recommendation and referral only. Oooooh, we didn't realise that we needed to bring copies of our CV, we're just so unprepared. But when you can spot Prince Harry and Chelsea Daly at your establishment, well, you’re allowed to be fussy. Weekends at The Brompton are known for being exceedingly busy, and we all know that being busy is a great indication of a happy shopper. What's great about The Brompton Club though, is that it manages to maintain a quite neighbourly environment. Surprising when you're sat next to a Tsar, three Princes and a Duke.

Inside you will find the dining area and a bar with club tables and is exclusive basis available to book. The venue itself opens its doors earlier than your typical West End nightclub which is perfect for after work and early evening drinks.

The club operates an extremely strict door policy, members will have to sign in when they arrive. Once you're inside the atmosphere would be considered to be very relaxed and is the perfect place to meet like-minded professionals.

The atmosphere is very relaxed up until midnight when the Brompton club turns up a few gears and the sparklers begin to come out they can fast attached to some of the biggest bottles available to buy in London.

An ascending blend of house, R'N'B, rock and pop, Brompton's music selection is pretty eclectic which gives the otherwise old-fashioned club a nice contemporary update. Music is pretty minimal up until the witching hour to give members a chance to socialise and enjoy the ambiance, but does get progressively livelier into the night. And when you’re dancing to the best tunes with a bunch of lovely people, well, that’s a good way to complete any night.

Actually, we take that back; booze completes your clubbing night. Don't be forgetting that money is no object for The Brompton's usual clientele so drinks are fairly costly. Cocktails begin reasonably at around £10 or so, but the Bubbly is something you'll probably have to sell a vital organ for. All the premium spirits are here as well as an impressive wine list so don't expect to go without. Well, unless you can't afford to buy any of it in which case you probably will.

If you have money to burn then purchasing a membership for the Brompton club is an essential as this venue really does take all of the boxes for those who are looking to avoid the hustle and bustle of the West End and surrounds themselves with the crème de la crème of London's elite crowd

The Brompton Club is a taste of old-fashioned indulgence. With service that is second to none and an exquisite cocktail menu, The Brompton Club gets and A* for hospitality. So provided you're lucky enough to gain membership or even just accompany a member, you'd better get a riddle on! So dig out you best tweed and...what do you mean you don't own any tweed? Well chop-chop, old boy, we've got places to be.


Brompton Club Address : The Brompton Club, 92 Old Brompton Rd, SW7 5LR

What are The Brompton Clubs Opening and Closing Times: 10pm- 3am

Brompton Club Dress Code: Smart

Guestlist details /Standard Entry: Ladies free before 11pm Gents £15

Tables: Available to book / start from a £500 spend

The Brompton Club policy: Guestlist only, get on the guestlist above

Membership: Everybody

Age restriction: Over 18s


Guestlist and Table Bookings

Disco Soho

At the end of the 70s, people were sure that disco, with it’s tall afros and platform shoes and cheesy dance moves, had finally died out. Well, turns out it didn’t; it just went into hiding, and has re-emerged as a new London nightclub that everyone is talking about. Disco, located in Soho and open three nights a week, is all about throwing an exclusive retro party hold the cheese. No, if you want that then we’re sure you can go find a 70s porn moustache at one of the many sex shops close to Picadilly Circus.

Careful or you’ll miss this one; the only thing that distinguishes this club from everything around it is a colourfully painted door and a small orange neon sign; the rest is just brick building that could easily be mistaken for something boring. Inside though you get the full package of the disco era; lights, funkadelic wall art, a chequered dance floor, and booths with tacky animal print. There are disco balls in various places, including the large painted booth where the DJ is stationed. Yes, the DJ spins from inside a giant disco ball. Only in Soho.

Disco has now become ever so popular and is the disco style is something that although has been lost amongst a sea of RnB. Disco has never been lost and is now making its comeback in the form of disco club London

Disco club London is set right in the heart of Soho in the fashionable kingly court and as the name does suggest we advise you to bring out the platform boots from the back of the cupboard and head over to this exclusive nightclub haunts and nights of cool disco vibes mixed any exclusive nightclub surroundings

Disco club London celebrates original disco vinyl musics flavour taking you back to 1970s Manhattan. The interior of disco club London would certainly be considered creative with Pan Am style check-in desks just one of the many focal points within the club. The styling is so unique and is at every corner is an interesting decorative piece that is sure to wow you!

Disco is slowly rising to fame; former members of the Spice Girls have been seen partying here. Drag queens and transgenders have been known to meet up here as well, making this place ideal for anyone sporting an LGBT button on their bag. And while dressing smart is the best way to go they always encourage patrons to put on their most retro fancy dress. Since the club prefers members only maybe dressing up isn’t a bad idea; if it’s really well put together it could land you on the good side of those in charge and gain you entry. Just be ready for that Soho snobbery if you’re lucky enough to get in.

The pictures although as you an see look amazing really do not do justice to the attention to details that Disco Club London has invested.

The disco theme does not just extend to the creative atmosphere but also in the retro 70s champagne and cocktail list which also serves cocktails in vintage glitterballs.  This venue attracts an exclusive clientele however does encourage fancy dress as long as it is within the hip 70s style and not a cheesy take that you will find in less exclusive venues in London

If by now you’re thinking that Disco plays anything other than disco, then we’ll have to slap you for being stupid. And if they had actually named themselves Disco and strayed away from actually playing any disco then we’d have to slap them instead. Everything here is spun on a vinyl record player just as it would have been in the 70s, making even the hardcore hipsters slink away and ponder their existence.

A fully stocked bar makes for one insane night at Disco, but then again what part of Soho isn’t insane? Again, it wouldn’t be the Soho brand of crazy if it weren’t for their prices. Cocktails will run you between £12-14, though if you are willing to spring for it we suggest the Michael Jackson, a tribute to the finer years of his life. There’s another brand of crazy for you; Wacko Jacko crazy, and that’s the type of crazy you don’t want to be, even in Soho.

Disco is where you go if you want to go out for a retro party with fancy dress and groovy tunes galore. This place proves that disco is not dead and that it doesn’t always have to be about cheesy music and big afros and bad style and…wow, we could go on for quite awhile. Yes, Disco is proof that the 70s can be cool. So sit back, drink your expensive cocktail and get ready to party like it’s 1979. And leave your porno moustache you got at Spankarama at home, please.


Disco Address : Disco, 13 Kingly Ct, W1B 5PW

What are Disco Opening and Closing Times: 10pm- 3am

Disco Dress Code: Smart

Guestlist details /Standard Entry: Ladies free before 11pm Gents £15

Tables: Available to book / start from a £500 spend

Disco policy: Guestlist only, get on the guestlist above

Membership: Everybody

Age restriction: Over 18s

Kitsch London

The new Kitsch London has a big challenge on its hand since its relocation from its old embassy site to the now somewhat cursed site of 9 Swallow Street. Never has a venue been rebranded and re opened under new management that Kitsch London's new premises.

If anyone can turn this site around then the team behind Kitsch London stand a good chance with a collection of some of the best in-house staff and promoters all joining forces to make this venue rock.

Cirque Le Soire has pretty much cornered the market in London alongside the box for circus themed, dark entertainment but where cirque is now notoriously hard to get in this is a happy alternative for those looking for an exciting and entertainment packed evening.

For those that are familiar with Anaya the first thing that you must understand if you are to give Kitsch London a go is that  the only similarities with Anaya is the foundations of the venue. The crowd is completely different, the music different, the team different so for those of you that may have been a little put off by the clientele that Anaya attracted then there is no need to worry.

The venue has not been extended in any way and is still very boutique with a maximum capacity of only 175 so this means that if you are just going in on the guestlist then early arrival is advised but booking a table is really a must to ensure the best night


What is the Address of Kitsch?: 9 SWALLOW STREET, LONDON, W1B 4DE

What is the dress code?: Very smart

Times: 10pm- 3am

What is the entry: Ladies free before 11pm Gents £20

Can i book a table?: Available to book

Membership Guest list only

What is the age restriction?: Over 21S

What is the capacity: 175

What is the dress code?: Smart dress only

What is the music type: Commercial House, Pop, R n B, Party anthems



Club No. 41

Guestlist and Table Bookings


Club 41 is an exquisite , stylish and elegant late night bar and nightclub which first opened its doors in September 2013 and recently re-opened in Kensington in April 2016. Lets be honest, who doesn’t want to have the occasional night of lavish decadence, live like they’re the heir to the throne of a wealthy oil tycoon and pretend they can afford to spend £47,000 on a bottle of Rose? Not only does Club No.41 give you that option, it will make you feel like royalty for the evening.

No41 Guestlist. This palace of luxury hedonism is situated, as you might expect, in the heart of Chelsea. After being greeted at the door and shown into the venue you will be blown away by the beauty of the club, before you’ve even sat down. Chandeliers draped from the ceiling and elegant classic portraits of scantily clad women sum up the vibe of the venue, and this level of extravagance extends from the front door right through to the toilets.

The bar is situated at the back of the club near the DJ, however it’s unlikely you’ll do more than glance at it as it won’t be necessary to leave your table the entire evening, in fact it’s a challenge to reach the bottom of your glass, you’ll find it magically filling up as soon as the levels start to waver thanks to the seemingly psychic waiting staff.

Everything in this place is designed to make sure you feel as good as it looks. From the moment you are sat at your table you won’t need to lift a finger, hedonism and exuberance are the name of the game.

Opening at 10pm, London’s young elite will trickle in through the No41 Guestlist from then until midnight where the feel will be very relaxed and casual, allowing you and your party to enjoy the wonder on offer. As the night progresses things get a little wilder, dancers wearing very little will turn up and provide a kind of eye candy all the chandeliers in the world couldn’t achieve.

This secretive haunt for London's exclusive elite with its exotic and  innovative selection of sharing plates and tasty cocktails number 41 certainly ticks many of the boxes you would hope to see at a high end establishment

Situated along the renowned conduit Street the location could not be more apt for an exclusive members club with number 41 Mayfair looking set to become the place to be seen in 2014.

From Thursday right through to Saturday number 41 guestlist operates as a late night bar and nightclub on other days No. 41 Club opens its doors for afterwork drinks and private events

The music policy is and has become a focal point of No41 Guestlist with international DJs flying in throughout the week to bring an eclectic mix of new disco sounds. This marriage of excellent music and affluents glamorous surroundings make number 41 club unrivalled on the club scene today

The cocktail list and bottle menu will offer 41 drinks all of which have its own signature theme for larger groups taking inspiration from many key number 41 club serves four vintage sharing punches to satisfied guests needs. Not only is there an extensive cocktail list but food can be ordered from 9 PM right through to 2 AM with options such as foie gras bites on brioche to be now in famous steak sandwich

As soon as you descend the elegant staircase leading into No41 Guestlist you are immediately immersed into a contemporary space and decadent surroundings with expensive and opulent furnishings in rich velvets complimented by stately artworks and not forgetting the showpieces of the grand seventh that chandeliers which straight from the ceiling. All of these ingredients put together create something truly original and we fully expect number 41 club Guestlist to be the place to be seen or to see.


No41 Club Address : Kensington Close Hotel, Wrights Lane. W8 5SP

What are No41 Clubs Opening and Closing Times: 10pm- 3am

41 Club Dress Code: Smart

Guestlist details /Standard Entry: Ladies free before midnight Gents £20

Tables: Available to book / start from a £500 spend

No41 Club policy: Guestlist only, get on the guestlist above

Membership: Everybody

Age restriction: Over 18s


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Drury Club

Say hello to The Drury Club London. Based in Covent Garden in the former site of Tamarai. This secluded basement venue which opened up in the summer of 2013, is mixing things up on the London clubbing scene by blending New York and Paris to give us a wonderful concoction for the perfect night out.

You are greeted by a massive old looking wooden door with a huge knocker that the staff let you open yourself to reveal distressed walls with gold mirrors, huge red leather sofas that wrap around the walls highlighted with neon lighting, including a huge pair of neon lips on the DJ booth, antler chandeliers, neon 50’s inspired signs and silver vintage trunks. The Drury Club guestlist rocks the laid back but cool look in terms of decor. It has a huge dance floor for those that want to show off their moves.

The Drury Club guestlist is not just an A list venue, it is a strong brand that promotes not only a good night out but a lifestyle to live up to. The club promotes the hashtag “Sorry.Not Sorry” DC is unapologetically cool. With the help of Sweet & Chilli, they boast a very creative Parisian themed drinks menu including a wide range of cocktails and an Absinthe fountain which is not for the faint hearted. Even ordering a drink at the bar is fun at DC as the staff are very friendly and some will even perform little magic tricks.You can expect to hear Hip Hop and R’n’B at DC with DJ’s including CJ Beatz and Ejder Party.

The club was founded by Sophie Lobel who spoke about her motivations behind creating The Drury Club guestlist London. “I moved back to London approximately a year ago, after living in New York for a while. “Upon arrival the first thing that struck me was that the city had become quite generic and the nightlife was quite unimpressive.” Which explains how The Drury Club guestlist came to be so unique.Taking the best aspects from the best cities and putting it all together to create one marvellous club. This is probably why it has become very popular with the celeb crowd. DC has catered to Victoria’s Secret model Jourdan Dunn, American comedian Kevin Hart, R&B star Ne-Yo and socialite Amber Rose.

The Drury Club guestlist is only open at the weekend , but is, however available during the week for private hire. Doors open at 10:30pm and the club will usually close around 3am. Tables are a bit pricer, starting at £500 - £750 minimum spend for a standard table then for a VIP table you are looking at £1500 minimum spend and for the most exclusive tables a £2000 minimum spend. Standard entry is free for girls before 11PM and £20 for guys all night.

If you would like to be on The Drury Club guestlist this weekend or would like to book a table, please use the contact form below and we will be in touch.


Drury Club Address : The Drury Club, 167 Drury Lane, London WC2B 5PG

What are Drurys Opening and Closing Times: 10pm- 3am

Drury Dress Code: Smart

Guestlist details /Standard Entry: Ladies free before 11pm Gents £20

Tables: Available to book / start from a £500 spend

Drury Club policy: Guestlist only, get on the guestlist above

Membership: Everybody

Age restriction: Over 18s