Mildmay is an authentic example of a traditional Working Men’s Club.

Established in 1888, the front is red brick with restrained baroque detailing and internal original features include untouched 1960s & 70s inspired decor.

This club location boasts a large main hall with precinium arch stage, balcony and bar.

Upstairs is the minor hall with its own bar and raised stage area, flooded with natural light and bedecked with original furniture.

In the basement alongside the members bar filled with memorabilia of a bygone era you will find one of London’s oldest and largest snooker halls equipped with 9 tables.

Mildmay is an increasingly popular choice for film, television, music videos and photo shoots, it is a diverse location which, with minimal dressing, can lend itself to many different scenarios, locations and eras.

There is room for costume, hair and make up on site. We can often have arrangements for tech parking on weekends and school holidays, and via Hackney Council at all other times.

Underground stations

  •  Dlaston Junction
  •  Highbury and Islington

Overground stations

  •  Canonbury



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