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Looking for a Private Members Clubs: Escape the Bustling City in the city #worklife

Looking for a Private Members Clubs: Escape the Bustling City in the city #worklife

Soho House

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Soho House has an abundance of beautiful Houses for creative thinkers all over the world, each with its own membership and identity. From London to Somerset, Amsterdam, Israel, or Mykonos, spanning over to Hong Kong or Mumbai, Chicago, Texas and Ontario, Soho House can take you anywhere.

Soho House membership from £1,300 per year, plus registration fee.

Inclusive of all ages whether you’re a veteran or a newbie, with its under 27 benefits you can pay half-price on a Soho House membership until your 30th birthday.


  • Choice of Soho House establishments with access to: bars, restaurants, screening room, sports facilities, outdoor spaces
  • Discount on Soho House restaurants
  • Discount on Soho House bedrooms
  • Discounted Cowshed spa treatments
180 House: The Strand: Soho House

NEW SPACE in Crouch End

Crouch End Studio:
Opened in summer 2021, on the corner of the Broadway and Weston Park in the heart of Crouch End is a creative space for members to gather, collaborate, and make. Expect live DJ sets to kick-start your weekend

DJ set in Crouch End Studio: Soho House

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Brixton Studio:

Soho House’s first Studio space south of the river, with a focus on local community for its food and décor inspo, its art is curated entirely by artists who live/d in Brixton.

Brixton Studio: Soho House.

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House of St Barnabas:

1 Greek Street, Soho Square, London, W1D 4NQ

More than just a members’ club, House of St Barnabas is also a homelessness charity.

“The public minded private members’ club that is demolishing stereotypes.”

The House on the corner of Soho Square is a place where members are encouraged to connect, discuss, create and exchange ideas.

It is a creative, innovative and cultural space that’s been carefully curated for the continually curious and people motivated by positive social change. The private members’ club is a social enterprise. Membership fees and donations facilitate the work of their Employment Academy, supporting people affected by homelessness in London to find and thrive in lasting paid work.

House of St Barnabas Memberships £775 annually or £350 annually for under 35s.

One of many rooms available at House of St Barnabas

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Bradmore House, Queen Caroline Street, London W6 9BW

Kindred, a community-focused members’ club in the heart of West London.

“We are reimagining how a members’ club can function as the centre point of our city lives: where we relax, play, and seek community. Socialise here, eat here, celebrate here, and most importantly, connect with the people here.”


Access to all of Grade II Georgian mansion – relax, create, socialise, and celebrate in beautiful members-only spaces

Free and discounted tickets to Kindred events – discover Kindred’s varied and vibrant events programme: from live music to craft workshops, to talks and socials

Community events – join weekly community events

Kindred membership priced at £1680 annually, under 30s. £960 annually

Restaurant at Kindred

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The Arts Club

40 Dover Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 4NP

The Arts Club was founded in 1863 in order to provide a haven for those people who had professional or amateur relationships with the Arts, Literature or Sciences and it has provided this hospitality and friendship ever since.

In 1896, the Club relocated from its original home on Hanover Square to its present elegant 18th Century townhouse at 40 Dover Street, affording its members a comfortable and impressive base in Mayfair. It has survived two world wars, including a direct hit on the building during the Blitz of 1940.

In September 2011, the Club re-launched after undergoing a complete renovation, transforming it into a truly venerable institution. The principal areas of interest amongst the current members are: art, architecture, fashion, film, literature, music, performance, photography, science, theatre and media. It proudly continues to be a hub for creative and entrepreneurial patrons to come together to meet, exchange ideas, dine and participate in the varied events, and the Club has reclaimed its place at the heart of contemporary cultural life in London.

The Arts Club membership priced at £2500 annually, under 30s £1250 annually

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Chelsea Arts Club

143 Old Church Street, London, SW3 6EB

Chelsea Arts Club is a private members’ Club for artists in the heart of London.

Established in 1891, the Club has occupied the same house in Old Church Street since 1902. As well as painters, sculptors, designers, photographers and architects the Club numbers film makers, poets, writers, dancers, actors and musicians amongst its Members.

The Club’s parties are legendary.

There is no dress code.

The Chelsea Arts Club is owned by its Members and operated on their behalf.

All Members share a passionate belief in the importance of a creative approach to life. For them the Club is a home from home, somewhere to come after a hard day in the studio where they can be sure that they and their guests will receive a warm welcome.

Under the constitution of the Club, two thirds of the Members have to be practising artists – painters, sculptors, designers, photographers, architects: many of the other third work in the arts too, as writers, dancers or musicians, for instance.

The Clubhouse has been described as a rambling country rectory. There’s a Billiards Room, with a bar and a snooker table; a Dining Room, with its Members’ table at which James Whistler once entertained Monet; and a large secluded garden.

Exhibitions of Members’ work are held throughout the year, and each winter we run a lively arts events season, with talks and screenings, and performances showcasing the best young talent as well as household names.

Membership at Chelsea Arts Club, £650 annually for Londoners, £487 annually for commuters, and £238 annually for under 28s.

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The Chapel Bar

29 Penton Street, London, N1 9PX

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Tucked away on Penton Street in Angel, The Chapel Bar is something of a hidden gem. Fresh, contemporary interiors come cleverly blended with some of the buildings authentic features, making it more than well known for the amazing private parties it holds, as well its outdoor terraced area and fantastic cocktails.

Chapel Bar is an any and all kind of destination as you’ll find events and Friday night antics alike making their way to this Angel hotspot; whether that’s sipping in the main saloon, tucking in on the terrace.

The Chapel Bar, London

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Drapers’ Hall

Throgmorton Avenue,London, EC2N 2DQ

The Drapers’ Company is a grant-making body, dedicated to the art of giving. Taking great pride in owning an important historic building and delight in sharing it with others,they’ve been entertaining people on their present site for 500 years.

Step over the threshold, deep in the heart of the City, and let Drapers’ walk you through some of London’s most elegant interiors. Opening one upon the other, the great Livery Hall, reception rooms and tranquil outdoor spaces make Drapers’ Hall a very special place for weddings, banquets, private dinners, cocktail parties and corporate events.

Today, the Drapers’ Company has evolved from a trade association into a grant-giving body. We are still a fellowship but now we attract people from all trades and professions, people who find delight, purpose and companionship in serving others. Our members join us to help causes they believe in, to share their expertise, and to build on centuries of experience of the art of giving.

Drapers’ particular focus is on education, prisoner rehabilitation and older people’s care, Drapers’ Hall encourage members to get involved as volunteers when and where they can.

Drapers’ Hall membership price is unknown

Drapers’ Hall, London

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Mondrian Shoreditch, The Curtain Club

The Curtain member represents a collective of forward-thinking, diverse and driven individuals. Blurring the lines between work and fun, business and culture, the club itself is an inviting space for members to meet, create and play.

With exclusive spaces including Altitude at The Curtain Club; the rooftop pool and the Design Studio co-working, as well as a carefully curated calendar of events covering supper clubs, networking, wellness workshops and live events, The Curtain Club offers an all-encompassing and enriching member experience.

The 120-room property sits in the heart of Shoreditch, London’s creative and cultural hub. Several signature food and beverage brands have been established at Mondrian Shoreditch, including a culinary experience by world-famous chef Dani García.

Mondrian Shoreditch also hosts Christina’s, an all-day café and cocktail bar that highlights local suppliers and brands with social impact, and offers a 24/7 gym with the latest equipment.

The Curtain Club at The Mondrian Shoreditch membership price is unknown

The Curtain Club, Mondrian Shoreditch

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Pavilion Club

Knightsbridge/ Central/ Kensington

Pavilion Club is an eclectic blend of luxury workspace and exquisite private members’ facilities housed in three iconic London buildings.

Easy to find secret doors, behind which lie a refined social, cultural and business experience in three of London’s most iconic locations. It’s an astute way to do business, a cultivated place to hang out – a unique Club of social venues and workplace boltholes – yours to share with a like-minded, discerning membership.

The intelligent alternative for freethinkers who choose not to run with the herd.

From the hushed privacy of the library to lively DJ sets in the bar; from watching the sunset from a rooftop terrace to enjoying Tom Kerridge’s exclusive menu, the clubs offer impeccable taste, great fun and infinite possibility. 

Pavilion Club membership £1800 annually

City location terrace at Pavilion Club
Knightsbridge location terrace at Pavilion Club

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