Located on the vibrant South Bank, the 1901 Arts Club is a unique venue dedicated to supporting artistic expression and bringing together musicians, artists, and persons who share an appreciation and interest for the arts. Inspired by Europe’s Salon Culture, the 1901 Arts Club seeks to foster conversation, collaboration, and the exchange of ideas in an intimate setting.
Built in 1901 as a schoolmaster’s house, the building maintains its late Victorian exterior while the Club’s beautifully decorated rooms re-create the intimate ambience of a private living room. With a performance space, meeting room, terrace and bar among its facilities, the venue offers opportunities to make music with colleagues and friends, to meet with like-minded people, and to enjoy quality informal performances of all genres
1901 Arts Club is two minutes’ walk from the IMAX Cinema at Waterloo, and easily accessible from Waterloo rail and underground stations.
You can find out more information about the 1901 Arts club on their website www.1901artsclub.com.