Secreted away down the same little side street used in the opening sequence of Harry Potter and tucked beneath The Phoenix Theatre lies The Phoenix Artist Club, our charming escape from the London norm.
Our lively and nostalgic theatre bar & Restaurant is located in the original dressing and rehearsal rooms of The Phoenix Theatre where Laurence Olivier made his debut on stage in the 1930s in "Private Lives" with Noel Coward and Gertrude Lawrence.
With fascinating signed posters, paintings and pictures from decades of theatre productions, a restored art deco interior and hidden treasures lurking in every corner, there's something new to see on every visit, and you never know who might decide to give an impromptu performance!
Recently voted the 'Restaurant of the Year', The Phoenix Artist Club is the perfect destination for a dedicated evening and for pre theatre dining from 5pm 'til 7pm with two courses for just £17.95 including a glass of prosecco Click to view Our Pre Theatre Menu & Click to view our La Carte Menu 
We are now taking bookings for the Christmas season. View our menu here and to discuss please email peter.dunbar@phoenixartistclub.com

 

 

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Head Chef Robert Kusy serving only the finest produce sourced fresh and locally from small businesses just like ours. Our Restaurant is open from 5 PM with last orders at 9:30 PM, Tuesday - Saturday (for drinks bookings please email reservations@phoenixartistclub.com or call 020 7836 1077)

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Opening Hours: Monday - Saturday 10.30am - 2.30am & Sunday Midday - 1.30am

*Please note, last entry for non-members is 9pm, but are welcome to stay on for the duration of the evening*

For all venue hire & press/media enquiries please contact Peter Dunbar at peter.dunbar@phoenixartistclub.com

 

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Today's performance is SOLD OUT. Limited tickets remaining for next Saturday from the link below. Come and show the legendary Fenella Fielding some love!

Fenella Fielding is best known for her 1960s film appearances in classic comedies including ‘Carry On Screaming’, ‘Doctor in Clover’ and ‘Carry On Regardless’. She was the voice of the Blue Queen in ‘Dougal and the Blue Cat’ and the telephone operator and loudspeaker voice in ‘The Prisoner’. Her illustrious career in theatre includes the title roles in ‘Hedda Gabler’ and ‘Colette’. She’s fondly remembered for a number of appearances on the ‘Morecambe & Wise Show’ as well as playing The Vixen in ‘Uncle Jack’. Her most recent TV appearance was ‘Skins’ in 2012.

Fenella will be reading excerpts from her recently released audio book of memoirs ‘Do You Mind If I Smoke?’ They are very personal stories about innocence, early struggles, professional jealousies and intriguingly a chapter about London tarts and gangsters. The stories are witty, warm and beautifully observed scenes from an extraordinary life – expressing great warmth for the characters encountered… and all told in that unmistakable, ever alluring Fenella Fielding voice.

The afternoon will conclude with a short Q&A with Fenella hosted by Misty Moon guest MC Simon McKay, co-author of the book and a personal friend of Fenella. Afterwards, there’s a chance to meet Fenella and get a signed copy of the book.