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|Sunday||23:00 - 03:00|
There was quite a stir when, in September 2015, the nightclub Drama opened on Hertford Street in Mayfair. And we shouldn’t be surprised that there was such a commotion, considering the credentials of the people behind the joint…
Drama was formed by the entrepreneurs Nick House, Ryan Bish and Tom Berg. Between them, they have the successful nightclubs Mahiki, Whisky Mist and Cirque Le Soir on their CVs – so they clearly know what the most elite of the capital’s revellers like.
It's hard not to be wowed upon walking into the 300-capacity Drama for the first time. There’s certainly a very select guest list – but those lucky people who do land places on it can enjoy being served by staff sporting fetish attire, PVC bow ties and even flashing LEDs.
Drama is very much geared towards those with a fondness for self-expression. Those who like to thrill, shock and have the confidence to unhesitatingly speak their minds. And Drama, befitting its name, can be just as creative and unpredictable as they are.
Those people are especially likely to admire the scenery of the club’s gold room, the wall comprising of Japanese cat figurines, and wallpaper – sourced from New York – with a distinct scent of banana. Eccentric doesn’t even begin to describe it.
And that’s before we even mention the pink poodles and peculiar champagne rituals that stand to provoke and humour you, should you spend time at this bold and bouncy club.
There’s certainly a strong artistic flavour to Drama’s array of sections, in which you can dance away to an eclectic range of music emanating from the building’s fully immersive Funktion-One sound system.
If all of this sounds like it’s for you, consider that Drama is located at the luxurious Hilton hotel on Park Lane, and open Thursdays to Sundays, from 11pm to 3am.
Will I be able to gain entry without guestlist or a table reservation?
No - every club featured is strictly guestlist or table reservation only. Entry is always at the door's discretion based on the clubs entry policy, however table reservations take priority admittance over guestlist reservations.
What do I do when I arrive at the club?
If you have a table reservation, you inform the door host who will direct you to the queue-jump area for tables. When prompted, you quote the lead name the table reservation is booked under. If you're on the guestlist, you join the guestlist queue and quote "Blu Nightlife Guestlist" or simply show your text message at the door, which means you have been placed on the guestlist.
What does minimum spend mean with a table reservation?
Minimum spend is the minimum order necessary to reserve the table. The table reservation is for the entirety of the evening and there is no charge for the table itself, simply you must spend the minimum or over the minimum spend.
What is the main benefit of reserving a table?
The benefits of reserving a table are many. It allows guests their own private area to sit and be served drinks. It also often works out cheaper than buying drinks at the bar because with table reservations you purchase by the bottle. It also greatly increases the likelihood of admission and allows guests priority, queue-jump entry.
Do I have to pay cover charge with a table reservation?
Typically cover charges are added to the final bill, although this will depend on the venue.
What time do you recommend arriving at the venue?
Guests are recommended to arrive as close to entry as possible to avoid queues. Table reservations come with queue-jump.
What if people are arriving at different times?
With regards to table reservations, if people are arriving at different times they simply quote the lead name on the booking at the door. Should people be arriving at different times on the guestlist, they simply quote the guestlist name "Blu Nightlife."
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