We have a range of beautiful historic rooms that are available for your parties, dinners and celebrations.
We are exempt from being charged VAT on venue hire and 100% of the surplus goes directly towards supporting our Employment Academy.
From dinners to drinks parties to special private events for our corporate supporters, we would love to help create your perfect event. Browse our spaces below and contact our dedicated planning team to put together the perfect occasion with ease.
Food is at the heart if all memorable events.
Explore some sample menus for an idea of the offering from our kitchen, and if you’ve something else in mind please let us know; our Chef would be delighted to create a bespoke menu for you.
Private Hire sample menus:
The Georgian Silk Room is the club’s main board room, taking its name from its original 19th century wall coverings. With the beautiful board table as its centrepiece, the room offers members a discreet and striking space to meet by day or dine by night.
Named after Charles Dickens in recognition of the historical connection between the House and A Tale of Two Cities, the Dickens Room is a warm and inviting space that lends itself perfectly to large private dinners, for celebrations or “just because”.
It was in 1846 that Dr Henry Monro, a young physician and lawyer, first established the ‘House of Charity’. The inviting warmth and gently spot lit art in our stylish Monro Room make this corner of our club the perfect space for intimate soirées.
The Glynne Room is named after Catherine Gladstone (née Glynne). Catherine laid the foundation stone in our Chapel, and in her lifetime established the concept of free convalescent homes. This airy and comfortable room, with its modern screen and natural light is perfect for meetings.
Why not take advantage of the largest private garden in Soho?
Our secluded courtyard garden, made famous by Charles Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities, is the perfect space for you to enjoy a cocktail, or coffee, in the sun.