Clarion Collection Hotel Richmond Gate
152-158 Richmond Hill
Richmond upon Thames, EN TW10 6RP
Phone: (44) 0844 855-9121
Fax: (44) 0208 332-0354
This south-west London club, dedicated to the preservation of the 1960s Rhythm & Blues in the Richmond area. Visitors are treated to a range of the best music in the genre, making the spot popular with musicians and fans alike. Entry fees vary for members and non-members. Check the website for more details.
The Cabbage Patch has been acclaimed as the Pub of the Year in 2004-05. It offers a wide range of worldwide drinks accompanied by sumptuous food. Also, visitors will enjoy live broadcasts of rugby games.
Set in an ideal location, this brewery-style pub has a large bar surrounded by comfortable chairs and tables. Admire the beautiful and tranquil view from the balcony overlooking the Thames or make your way to the outdoor area that allows you to sit right at the edge of the river. There is even docking space for those stopping by on their boats! The staff is friendly and the clientele are a wide mix of regulars and tourists. It is a wonderful venue to spend time.
The Bull's Head has been around for a long time, in existence ever since the 17th Century. Nowadays, it takes the form of a traditional British pub, serving traditional British pub food along with live jazz music every night of the week. Located in the central Barnes Village, the river alongside adds to the soothing ambiance created with the live Jazz music at Bull's Head. With the inviting music and feel of Bull's Head, they host a live concert every evening, keeping you engaged. Check website for further details.
For the ultimate clubbing experience, you cannot ought to miss this multi award winning nightclub, Oceana. Situated on Clarence Street, Oceana hosts a lot of events that are specific to corporate crowd, you can also book a booth for your group of friends to enjoy the night. Visit website for guest list.
The town of Kingston Upon Thames is known for its splendid architecture, vibrant theater and rich culture; and thanks to venues like the Hippodrome Kingston, the town is also known for its live music scene. One of the popular spots for some nightly entertainment, the Hippodrome Kingston is located in the downtown area, close to where the River Thames. Since it opened in September 2009, this club-cum-concert-venue has brought some of the best in the local Indie music scene to perform on its stage. Featuring three rooms - the Hippodrome Bar, the Main Room, and the Elite Room - this venue is your one-stop-spot for a complete entertainment experience. The club nights here are also quite popular, with themed nights like New Slang on Thursday presenting fresh bands from all over the country.
The Peel is known as one of the best venues in the London area. It hosts live music of all genres, and is constantly looking for new, young talent to perform. The venue is housed in an old, tudor-style building with lots of character, enhancing the entire experience of visiting The Peel!
This Morroccan themed nightclub is the ultimate destination to enjoy special DJ nights, discounted entries, great drinks and special student deals. With a VIP section and a lounge, they also have a classic dance floor which is sure to make legs thump on the DJ's beats. Fez is usually open until late, check website for more information.
Part of the countrywide chain of bars, Wahoo Putney is a delightful spot to head to catch some live sporting action on the screens, to make new friends or to down copious amounts of British ale. Happy Hours go down well with patrons who can eat generous portions of crispy chicken wings for a set price, while ladies nights see huge discounts being doled out to the ladies. The beer garden can be rented for private parties and celebrations where private areas and services are assured. Check website for more.
London's yet another classy club boasts its vibe on Fulham Street, Number 4 Club hosts a variety of different nights. Along with playing some of the best tunes of its times, Number 4 Club gives out the platform to up and coming DJs to prove their talent and showcase what they got. Number 4 Club is sure to keep you entertained essentially through its interactive and exciting regular events. Make sure you check the website to be updated on future events.
Euphoriom Nightclub, located is West London, is a glamorous and elite addition to London's partying and entertainment scene. With various DJ nights, themed parties and the like, Euphoriom accommodates 220 and 250 guests in two of its party rooms. The space is available for private hire for fashion shoots, celebrations, corporate get together events, etc. For more details, check website and call ahead.
Set up in 1959, the famous Ealing Jazz Club was once a nondescript location, accessed by descending steep narrow stairs to an alley that leads out into a suburban street, opposite the bustling Ealing Broadway station. Its establishment is regarded as the pivotal moment when British Blues developed its own identity. British musicians played the blues and were given an opportunity to see other British artists playing the music for the first time. Since its inception, the club hosted many of London’s most distinguished R&B acts, and was in fact the exact location where Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Brian Jones first met and the idea of The Rolling Stones was born!