Through the door and down the red steps to the iconic Globe nightclub, where its spirit and history live on. The eclectic mix of music, played by some of the world’s most acclaimed DJ’s, continues to get everyone moving on the dance floor. Musician’s and DJ’s are still known to have impromptu sets much to the delight of the crowd. With a club that has been hosting parties for 60 years, The Globe is where you come to dance all night and be part of the history of this legendary nightclub.


The Globe is one of London’s longest running nightclubs. Opened in 1960 by Roy Stewart, a Jamaican actor and bodybuilder, well known for his roles in movies from Carry On Up The Jungle to Live And Let Die, the venue swiftly became a legendary fixture of London’s nightlife.


Frequented by Jimi Hendrix, The Rolling Stones, Van Morrison, The Clash and Bob Marley, The Globe became the place to be. Its notoriety was such, that even Mick Jones of The Clash named his album after it and wrote the title song about the nightclub. 


The Globe became the only club in West London where the music and dance floor portrayed the spirit and freedom of its guests.



This secret cocktail bar is the perfect place to host your intimate dinner or drinks party. A fully stocked bar and a kitchen offering a full menu or snacks, this is the place to create a bespoke and memorable event.

As your event draws to an end you then have the opportunity to continue the night onto the renowned dancefloor downstairs. 



If you would like to know more about hiring the bar or club, or would like to enquire about guest list or tables please do not hesitate to get in touch.

+44 207 221 2689

103 Talbot Road, London, W11 2AT