We hope small format change will allow you to scratch under the surface get a better understanding what makes people tick.
Attendees will still have access to our online matching and messaging system after the event but we hope this slight twist will add another element to our ever popular speed dating format.
Better suited for energetic young artists looking to party than for bookworms reading great literature, The Book Club is an adult sized playhouse where patrons are more likely to get hit by errant ping pong balls than to get...
Doors open at 7pm and we dance until 11pm Lesson: We offer a taster lesson at pm for all new dancers. The Book Club has a great downstairs space where you can dance all night or chill out and chat.
For me Shoreditch is an area with free spirit, art and meet ups.
I just loooove spending time there that’s why majority of my review posts are from there.
Also I was looking for a big and spacious place where I can do my work with a laptop and not being destructed. It’s the place to hang out with friends playing table tennis, to have lunch and to enjoy a drink later.Love the music, love the place, the price is affordable and the people are great. Had only one disappointment when Friday night DJ played lounge music all night long... I went to the The Book CLub on Sunday for brunch with a couple of friends.I had heard of it before and was looking forward to it but unfortunately it didn't deliver.A beast that rather aptly emulates the inner personality clash of the classic Robert Louis Stevenson character Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde. Here’s how: Dr Jekyll During the week The Book Club poses as a cool-yet-homely hangout for its surrounding Shoreditch creative clientele – offering an airy, stonewalled interior space to sit with your laptop as you create your next masterpiece.On your bespoke wooden chair, you can sip on a locally roasted coffee from South London based Volcano Coffee Works and chow down on simple, but timeless, classics such as ham, egg and chips or a sustainably sourced Caesar salad.