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If Lewis Carroll created a 21st century party land he might have ended up with something like The Piccadilly Institute. The massive club space contains six stunningly original party rooms under one roof (one is inspired by A Clockwork Orange) with an overall inclination to the bizarre. Lacking no imagination and with a bold and adventurous approach to party experiences this central London club is a pleasant sensory overload. It’s a great West End club to go dancing, exploring and trying a quirky cocktail. Why not try the Liquid Therapy In a Padded Cell cocktail that serves six people? (Eristoff vodka, Archers, Crème de fraise, Cranberry and Peach purée topped with Prosecco.) They also serve tasty nibbles, stonebaked pizzas, burgers and miniature versions of British classics if you’re looking for a meal.
The dress code is only natural for a West End club with a No hoody's, No trainers, No sportswear. No Timberlands allowed. Collar and shoes are preferred but don’t worry about getting a personal stylist. Dedicated to the principles of pleasure, there’s something for every mood, every scene, every desire, so enjoy the labyrinth of rooms with six different experiences each totally unique.
- Nightclub , Party Bar , Event Space
- Clubbing , Drinking and Dancing , Stag/Hen
- West End, Leicester Square, Central London
- Cocktail Making, Experience
- Drinkonomical £
- London - Drinks and Finger Food, London - Private Hire, London - Just Party
- Dance floor
- Dress to impress
Piccadilly Institute, 1, Piccadilly Place, West End, W1J 0DA
Piccadilly Circus (Tube)