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Experience the pinnacle of exclusivity with some of the finest home-away-from-home haunts that London has to offer. Capital A List sheds light on some of the city’s best kept secrets with its guide to the best regarded venues in our Soho Members Club guide.

 

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Century Club is a haven in the middle of Soho. It offers its members a relaxed atmosphere to socialise with friends, sophisticated work areas for meetings, and a fantastic selection of food and beverages. In 2001 Century Club opened on Shaftesbury Avenue to reveal classy cocktail lounges, a New York inspired brasserie called the Tap Room and the show-stopper of all; Soho’s largest rooftop terrace with a retractable glass roof. This rooftop terrace offers views across London’s skyline, and is one of many features making Century Club an amazing Soho Members Club.

For its 2,500 members Century Club has designed all the rooms with luxurious soft furnishings and tasteful lighting to hold you captive in each room. The contemporary and unique rooms are used for hosting events such as networking, private screenings, talks and complimentary live showcase performances of music, film and comedy. Recent events include a drinks tasting with Chase Distillery & Burlesque Idol – the most prestigious burlesque competition. Another fantastic perk associated with this Members Club in Soho is its dedicated art program with two rotating exhibitions and permanent art from several renowned artists. Additionally Century Club has reciprocal Private Members Clubs all across the world to bring you a sophisticated home from home when you’re travelling for work or pleasure. Stop in at Los Angeles, New York, Cape Town, Munich, Vancouver and Singapore to meet the extended team and club family, and make use of their renowned facilities.

All memberships have a £250 joining fee then an annual membership of £750. This Members Club in Soho also offers an under 30s membership to entice young working professionals. This is £400 a year, and for anyone wanting to have their partner as a member as well, there is a joint membership for £1350. With the membership you may be accompanied by 4 guests at any time to take advantage of the ‘wonderfully varied & sophisticated facilities’.

 

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The Court is one of the newest additions to The Soho Private Members Club family. It offers their members world-class food and drink from their Michelin-starred chef and educated bar staff. The Court has an iconic musical heritage. This Soho Members Club was previously the famous Bag O’Nails music venue where revered artists like The Rolling Stones, The Beatles and Kimi Hendrix once frequented the stage. With their luxurious Gatsby-esque style, The Court promises to keep their rich musical history alive with nightly show performances at the piano stage.

Marble tables, beautifully designed walls and flooring and luxe furnishings are all thanks to Bradley Theodore. Bradley is also the resident artist accented by Nikki Tibbles seasonal flowers ensembles. There is also Tom Sellers, of Michelin-starred restaurant Story, who has developed the food menu and they are lucky enough to call Ryan Chetiyawardana (aka – man behind the World’s Best Bar) their house mixologists. This top echelon team makes this members club one of the most desired in Soho and with its annual membership starting from £600 per person, we have no doubt that it will stand-out among the more established clubs.

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All Bright is a Soho Members Club like no other. It was designed by women for women. It recently opened on Maddox Street to give women in London a place to network, unwind and become inspired by many of its members. All Bright expands over 5 floors and each has its own vibe.

On the first floor you are welcomed by the bright restaurant and bar area. Move up a level and you will be met by a whole floor dedicated to your well-being. If you’re there to work up a sweat in the fitness studio or relax in the hands of someone else, All Bright offers holistic wellness rooms for physical, emotional & spiritual treatments. It also has a beauty salon for blow-drys or luxurious facials. As the nature of this Members Club in Soho is for working women there is a floor dedicated to everything business. There are areas for group or individual work, mentoring and members also get access to All Bright’s Career Coach. The space also doubles as a spot for socials in the evenings. If you fancy eating with a view then head to the 4th floor where you can eat and relax in the members lounge with a full time bar and restaurant to serve your needs then move onto the large roof terrace where you’ll encounter the stunning views of London. Ascending one more floor we reach the loft space, a haven for event and entertainment whilst retaining a laid back weekend vibe about it. Regular events are held here with an assortment of live music, comedy, live podcasts, professional development workshops and self care seminars. This Members Club in Soho also has their own Academy, a 10 week digital programme created to help give women the confidence, skills and network to achieve their life and career goals.

The All Bright community are powerful and inspirational, with all types of people including CEO & Founder of Anastasia Beverly Hills, Bumble dating app and Cath Kidston, fashion designer. To be part of the refreshing scene at All Bright Members Club Soho you must apply for one of three memberships; multiclub, standard, under 30’s.

 

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The Groucho Club is a world-renowned arts and media Private Soho Members Club. It was launched in the 1980’s by a group of mostly women publishers as an antidote to the stuffy prevalence of gentlemen’s clubs during that time. This Soho Members Club remains a bastion for the arts and literature with its private events for members and non-members. An exceptional event dedicated to its bohemian clientèle is its acclaimed annual Short Film Festival. This phenomenal Members Club is also celebrated for its numerous restaurants, bars, party room hire and exclusive member services. There are also DJ sets every Thursday and Friday, making it easy for members to shift from work to play.

Each room in the Groucho Soho Members Club has their own unique name. Examples include, The Mary Lou Room, The Mackintosh Room and The Gennaro Room. Coming from an art and design heritage, each distinct room is also adorned in classical art works.

 

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The House of Barnabas is a not-for-profit Private Soho Members Club which really stands out from the rest due to its social ethos’ and commitment to London as a community about the people. Set in a Grade I listed property on Greek Street the club’s main focus has been their Employment Academy which supports homeless people to find work and to break the cycle of homelessness in London which is ever increasing. The members of the club are people motivated by positive social change and are taking steps forward themselves to make the change.

The House of Barnabas is a creative, innovative and cultural haven which truly embraces what London is today. The club strives to create a fair and equal society. This particular Members Club in Soho is a place for its members to relax, discuss ideas and for like-minded people to interact. It is also passionate about the arts, and have regular events including music performances, workshops and their own festival – Embassy. Most of the artwork displayed is for sale where a percentage of the profit goes to supporting the work they do, another way of supporting their charity. They even have a podcast running on SoundCloud with modern ideas of looking at an old school way and the changes that are coming about.

To be a part of this ‘public minded’ Members Club in Soho, there is a once off joining fee of £250 and a donation of £100. The standard membership is £700 per annum and for under 35’s, its £325 per person with an option to pay monthly or as a once-off payment of £6025. What makes The House of St Barnabas a shining example to all Members Clubs in Soho is it’s social awareness of London. It provides a solution whilst also creating an affordable hub for people who want the same.

 

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Blacks was founded in 1992 by Tom Bantock. It was named Blacks as a contrast from Whites Gentlemens Club. Dean Street is known as a centre of arts & media, which is reflected in the types of people you will meet at Blacks. Applications to this Soho Members Club are exclusive to people that showcase extaordinary personality and an infectious interest in others. Blacks is a place to relax, discuss and play. Its moody décor and classic furniture set the scene as the traditional Georgian town house windows flood light into the large rooms. These rooms can be hired out privately for bespoke events where they will create menu’s specifically suited to your audience and you can choose the room to match the mood.

The classic Georgian town house was built by the apprentice of architect Sir Christopher Wren who built St Paul’s Cathedral. Since then it has been home to Charles Fortnum of Fortnum & Mason. Blacks also used to be home to a supper club in the 18th Century to innovators of art and it wishes to retain that same feel where conversation frequents topics of wine, fashion and art. It is also a place to bring your dog to sit in front of the open fires while you dine and relax with friends. The menu at this renowned Members Club in Soho is known for being seasonal and fresh. The food is traditional English cuisine and rib eye steak with thick cut chips and chimichurri comes highly recommended or the vegetarian option of mushroom & Butternut Wellington.

Blacks is treasured as an iconic Soho Members Club and this partly due to its prime Dean Street location and the precious history surrounding the building itself. To be a part of the action it is £525 per person or £300 per head for under 30s, accompanied with a joining fee of £250.

 

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Set in a 270 year old Soho town house, The Union Club is a cherished, all-embracing and authentic space. The club opened in September 1993 by an ex North Sea oil rigger; and by chefs, Pete Cross and Carolyn Dawson. The team salvaged the semi derelict property and turned it into a reputable Soho Members Club. Union Club has grown through its infancy and is now 26 year old. In 2015 the club expanded into a 4 story warehouse space next door and has created more versatile space for private event hire as well as a wedding venue.

Gracing the building is a sweet spot of sun and a roof terrace, perfect for midday lunch in the sun or evening drinks with friends. The Union Club has a passion for wine with three in-house wine specialists. They also champion their wine passion with regular wine-pairing hosted events. Executive chef Carolyn and head chef Hamish make everything fresh on-site, including pasta, bread, cakes, tarts and puddings. Carolyn’s background is homely modern English cooking delivered with flair. From Soho to Kew Gardens market, The Union have a place in the market regularly where they serve soups, salads and tarts so that their public can get a taste for what the club holds. This fine Members Club Soho establishment also showcases their food talent at the Soho Food Feast which is a community event supporting the local schools. For private functions and events, classic catering can be provided. To be a part of The Union the standard membership starts at £600pa or £50pm or for the under 30’s its £420pa or £35pm.

 

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Soho House is a collective of two houses in London, the Dean St location and Greek St. The local membership includes both London locations.

On the top floor of the Dean Street site is the library bar and live music space. This Soho Members Club is fashioned with classic English style and charm. Other rooms are the Club Bar; an elegant place for all-day eating and drinking with an adjoining terrace. Another spectacular room is the Club Red with terracotta walls and traditional looking armchairs. The Club Green room is perfect for meetings and socialising. Then the Club Blue room; an intimate spot to relax and socialise. Club Yellow is the show stopper with views overlooking Dean Street and the House Kitchen. The room has a large open kitchen surrounded by stools so you can watch and maybe learn a thing or two from the front row seats. The cuisine is Modern British and complements the quintessential British interiors. An additional room open to members is The sitting room. It is filled with vintage sofas, antiques and contemporary British art. The Drawing room is the heart of this prestigious Soho Members Club with its luxurious bar and lounge spaces, perfect for meetings and time with friends. It is adorned with classic banqueting and gorgeous features, including a fireplace and fantastic chandelier.

It is rare that any central London location has an outdoor area, at the Soho House there is an outdoor courtyard with luxury seating. It also has a Courtyard cafe which serves both coffee and cocktails depending on the time of day. In the basement there is an intimate cinema room, with 43 velvet chairs and foot rests and next door there is the cinema bar.

Soho House Members Club is for people working in the creative industries which is reflected in their dress code. We love that the local membership gives access to both London clubs in Dean St and Greek St, for £1030 per person or £520pa for under 27’s. For access to Soho Houses across the world, membership is £1700pa & £950 for U27’s + one off joining fee of £250 or £450.

 

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Quo Vadis is a restaurant and Private Members Club on the reputable Dean Street in Soho. Quo Vadis was founded in 1926 and the building itself had an usual history – once a notorious Soho brothel and in the mid 19th centuary it was also the home of Karl Marx , the philosopher and socialist. Later in life the building was found in the hands of Italian Pepino Leoni who gave 26-29 Dean Street its name. In its lifetime it has also been owned by Marco Pierre White – an acclaimed chef – and now Sam and Eddie Hart, who are also the owners of the Spanish Barrafina restaurants across London. They have brought class and elegance to each establishment.

Their reputation for excellent food is upheld in the Quo Vadis restaurant too. Whilst the Hart brothers specialise in Spanish cuisine Quo Vadis’ menu is notably English cuisine with their specialities of a pie of the day, fish and chips and luxury slices of veal. They also have a pre-theatre set menu available for just £21 for two courses. The light pours in through colourful stained glass windows into a natural setting of wooden floors and white linen tables in the restaurant. In the rest of this particular Members Club in Soho there are rich navy lounge areas to enjoy an Old Fashioned or a glass of Chardonnay – there are sporadic pops of colour throughout the Georgian townhouse. Being in the heart of Soho there is always something going on. At Quo Vadis they have an array of events including LGBTQ+ DJ’s and the Negroni Championships. The most popular membership options at Quo Vadis range from their full membership for £550 a year and the under 30’s at £350 + £150 joining fee.

 

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Library sits on St Martin’s Lane in Soho. With its central location its merely a stones throw away from all the action taking place in the city. This Soho Members Club is compromised of the Arboretum -which works in partnership with Library – and has shared work spaces as well as boardrooms and meeting rooms for business, a fine-dining restaurant, plant based deli, and a pizzeria. Library boasts 5 bars including a retro speak-easy basement – a hub for entertainment. Lots of private members club are now featuring fitness and well-being studios and introducing classes and Library even has meditation pods which sound divine. Library members have 20% off the boutique hotel rooms they have available which is great for members and non members, non members will get a temporary membership for the duration of their stay.

With the Library membership you’ll get a lot of value, its not just entry to the seven storey building that you’re paying for. Library have a members networking and events programme, complimentary theatre tickets, access to reciprocal clubs around the world and international events and benefits too. This exclusive Members Club in Soho gives members complimentary library books to keep them busy on their downtime. The annual cost is £1100 for the full membership or £700 for the under 30’s for year 1 which drops to £450 for the renewal in year 2, but if you want to check out the Library just for the day they have an option for that too! Just £30 to use all the facilities here.

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