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Venue price From £100 per hour
Venue capacity 80 - 150 people

Spaces at The Social

Unchanged in a decade and a half, the upstairs bar is made up of 5 large leather booths set around an aged gunmetal grey table. The room itself is entirely clad in wood. Originally sauna-like, the walls have matured like a Soho dandy due to years of excessive smoking and drinking. Ever-present in the corner is a beautiful, hard working AMI Continental Jukebox. It's great for meetings with a twist & office drinks.

Whether you're looking for a fun and stylish venue for a holiday gathering, a spot to hold a unique corporate product launch, or a location where you can entertain clients, the popular Basement Bar at the Social in the West End is the place to go. The bar itself has a unique personality of its own, with a relaxed feel, comfortable booths, and low lighting. The friendly staff is dedicated to providing your guests - up to 150 of them - with top-notch service. Live music from name bands or popular DJs is available to make your evening even more memorable.

About The Social

Heavenly Recordings' bar, venue, club, events and cafe workspace in W1

The Social opened in 1999 and is an an award winning London institution. Designed back then by a partnership of David Adjaye and Will Russell (now of Pentagram) with the proviso of withstanding nuclear attack or – at the very least – the worst that people could chuck at it, The Social has launched over a million hugely successful hangovers.