About this space
It was named Blacks Club as the antithesis to White’s Club, London’s oldest gentlemen’s club, it is
said that many Blacks Club members had been black-balled from White’s or considered black sheep.
Blacks Club over the next 20 years would become a famously ‘louche’ bohemian drinking den.
In 2014 Blacks Club was bought with the aim of restoring the building back to its original Georgian
heritage, as well as revitalising the club’s 18th-century roots as a supper club.
Second Floor Front room, Library, WC
Capacity: 55 Drinks and canapés, 12-36 sit down meal, 25 Theatre-style presentation