Adam Street Private Members Club - Perfect For Work And Play
Hidden in 18th century vaults under the Strand, Adam Street is a central London base for work and play.
Here you can relax, work, hang-out, entertain, hide, impress, eat great food and drink excellent wine and cocktails, surrounded by like-minded souls.
Built by Robert Adam in 1769, the vaults are famously the setting for Fagin’s Den in Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist and more recently were home to The Green Room Actor’s Club, which moved out in 2000.
Adam Street is specifically designed for people who work for themselves, fully equipped for both work and pleasure - for the fun and serious stuff of life.
The membership is built around entrepreneurs and freelancers. If you are an independent-minded person who struggles to separate work and pleasure then you may well find you need a bit of Adam Street in your life.
Most of all, the club is for members to enjoy and to make their lives just that little bit more fun, relaxing, interesting, special and easy.
Call: 020 7379 8000 or visit: www.adamstreet.co.uk for more information.
- Abandoned Underground Tube Station
- Banqueting Suites
- Blank Canvas
- Cinemas and Theatres
- Conference and Work Spaces
- Corporate Buildings
- Country Houses
- Creative Space
- Event Organisers
- Green Spaces
- Landmark Buildings
- Members Clubs
- Museums and Galleries
- Music Venues
- Private Dining
- Private Houses