The Eve Club
THE EVE CLUB
In the heart of London, is a stunningly unique Venue with a fascinating History.
The club originally opened in the early 1950's and is allegedly the place where Mandy Rice Davies and Christine Keeler were working as dancers when Christine first met John Profumo.The rest as they say is history.
Frank Sinatra and Errol Flynn were regulars at The Eve when they were in London and would often give impromptu performances, as was Judy Garland and it was at The Eve where she was to give her last ever performance in the UK, having sung at the London Palladium only moments before.
The interior is an eclectic blend of the Garden of Eden and 50's nightclub kitsch. The stunning colored glass hydraulic dance floor was installed in 1953 at a cost of £10,000 and would cost a staggering £200,000 now to install, which probably explains why it is the only one of it's kind in London.
The Eve Club was one of London's most prestigious Nightclubs during the 50's 60's and 70's and was visited by many of the period's affluent and famous personalities. The club closed in the eighties and was reopened in the early nineties and has been the backdrop for many video, film and T.V shoots, not to mention many famous parties including "The Bee Gees" Barry Gibbs 50th birthday party! The Eve also hosts London's coolest club nights.
The club has recently acquired new ownership and has been restored to its original glory.