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Description
Libertine Club on Winsley Street in London is the new venture from the creators of the famous Chinawhite club. The club will be spread over three distinctive areas. The club dabbles in the various forms of Fitzrovia rock 'n' roll chic, but will aim to uphold this area's rich clubbing history.

The design has been put together to create an ambience of inclusivity, and an opulent interior worthy of its Winsley street location. The club will also include an experimental cocktail bar ‘Reason and Mankind’ which from 5pm each evening will serve up the latest in molecular mixology. Described as “fashionable without being pretentious” Libertine looks to create a highly memorable and original clubbing experience.
Opening days
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Opening times
Wed: 22:30 - 03:00 | Fri - Sun: 22:30 - 03:00
Entry cost
£20 Entry Fee
Entry policy
Click here to see Door Policy
Entry type
Guest list only
Age restriction
Over 18s
Capacity
0 - 300 people
Dress codes
Smart dress only
Music type
Hiphop, Commercial House, Pop, R n B, Party anthems, Club Classics
Submit guestlist by
09:00pm (for that day)
Telephone
020 3282 1520 - call for guestlist or table bookings
Special Events
Celebrate your Christmas Party at Libertine Club

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Was told by a promoter that me and my friends would get free entry and a table with drinks all night. We were a bit dubious as we had read some reviews online (all of which were very bad) about how the hostess at the door doesn't let people in based on their race and weight. However we were reassured by the promoter that things would be fine. We turn up at 9:45 like we were told and there was already a queue of women who were also there by the request of other promoters. We met the promoter and he said he was happy with how we were dressed and that it was going to be a good night (we were dressed tastefully in knee length cocktail dresses and heels). We got near to the front of the queue and the front of house said something to the group of girls in front of us and they were ushered out of the line. Then my friends and I got to the front of the queue and the cow with the clipboard looks us up and down and says "i'm not going to be able to fit you all in tonight" (baring in mind only two people had actually gone in the club so far and we were on guest list) with that the bouncer undoes the velvet rope to get us out of the queue. According to the 'shocked' promoter I was allowed in but the woman at the door didn't like how my friend looked. However, the 18 yr old eastern european girls in mini skirts were allowed straight in.
This place really is just designed for men who are living off mummy and daddy's money - So that they can go and splash their parents cash on champagne and be surrounded by girls.
Don't bother with this club, no matter what a promoter tells you. There are so many other amazing clubs in London that aren't full of toffs.
We ended up going to Casa Negra in Shoreditch and had a great night surrounded by a friendly and fun crowd.
Visited in April 2015
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