Set in the centre of Soho, deep in the heart of London’s media and theatre land, The Union Club occupies a 270-year-old, listed Georgian townhouse. The building has an interesting past, formerly a family home, brothel and gallery before opening as The Union Club in 1993. Today, it is a lively private members’ club, popular with media and creative types for business meetings, informal drinks and castings, business lunches, wedding receptions and afternoon tea or cocktails by the fire.
Time, love and wit have been employed to conceive an interior that is both contemporary and bohemian – an escape from today’s frosty minimalism. No nook or cranny escapes the unmistakable Union style. Whether you need a venue for a day’s interviewing, hold a company away day, launch a product or to stage a small private lunch or dinner, you’ll find The Union Club have a space and the services you need to make it a success.
Equidistant from Tottenham Court Road, Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus tube stations The Union Club is the perfect Central London location.
50 Greek Street
Venue Contact: Michala Cutting