The iconic venue that once boasted the likes of Jimi Hendrix, The Stones, The Beatles and The Who as regulars both on and off stage, has been transformed into London’s most sought-after luxury private members’ club, The Court.
Greater than the sum of its (incredibly impressive) parts, The Court is the place to be and be seen.
See show stopping décor by the internationally renowned artist Bradley Theodore and celebrity florist Nikki Tibbles, a hot new restaurant and an ultra-sleek Gatsby-esque basement bar. Choose from creative food and drink menus that have been developed in partnership with Michelin-starred chef Tom Sellers and award-winning mixologist Ryan Chetiyawardana and his team at Mr Lyan Studio.
The Court can be found in the former Kingly Street site once home to Bag O’Nails, the club keeps rich musical history alive with a piano stage and nightly live entertainment. And, not just another private members’ club, service and hospitality will be at the forefront, overseen by General Manager Richard Haddon, formerly of Mahiki London, and The Court’s founder and host, Harry Mead.
The Court aim's to redefine the typical private members’ experience. Harnessing what made the iconic clubs of the past so special and giving it the modern relevance of today, Harry Mead wants to offer something truly unique to London. He’s brought together experts from their respective fields to curate an exclusive experience with a touch of eccentricity. From the moment guests descend the stairs, each and every detail has been carefully and thoughtfully planned.
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