Established in 1832, the Wellington club is one of the oldest member clubs in the UK, with its latest home at 91 Jermyn Street.
The clubs interniors, while referencing traditional St James's private members clubs, are equally inspired by the worlds of modern art and rock n' roll.
The Clubs extensive art collection includes: hand painted original graffiti by Damien Hirst, sculptures by Jonathan Wylder and neon art by Chris Bracey as well as works by some of Britain's most talented young artists.
From a quiet drink under the watchful eye of Damien Hirst's disco skull to lunches, daytime meetings, private dining events and glamorous parties and crazy after parties - The Wellington is a club and a space with many talents and personas.
The Wellingnton has a restaurant, a club, two bars, 5 private dining rooms and a cigar room.
Fidel Castro looks over the dancefloor towards the Cigar Room, where the Club's award winning cigar somelier will be happy to advise on some of the finest Cuban cigars.
A carefully curated programme of live music, DJs, dance show, talks, exhibitions, food and beverage events, immersive experiences - delivered by both the household names of today and the stars of tomorrow.
Seb Fontaine, The Wellington's Music Director gets the party started...
An intimate space for live performances.
A welcoming place to catch up with an old friend
The Wellington can turn into an adult playground with a late license seven days a week - DJs, live music, whisky and rum tasting, cigars, drinks, parties!