For information on hiring the Mildmay for television, film productions and fashion shoots.
Email Sam Menezes at email@example.com
or call 07880 956690
The Mildmay Club is an authentic example of a traditional Working Men’s Club. The building dates back to 1900 with its red brick front and baroque detailing.
Inside, it has retained much of its1960s & 70s decor and boasts a large Main Hall with proscenium arch stage, dance floor, high ceilings, balcony and bar.
Adjacent to the main hall, is our fabulous Tartan Bar area, recently refurbished but retaining its period features.
Upstairs is the Minor Hall with its own bar and raised stage area, flooded with natural light, with original 1970s furniture and fittings.
In the basement is the members bar, filled with memorabilia of a bygone era.
Our hidden gem, a vast original Victorian Snooker Hall, one of London’s oldest and largest, with 9 tables, and incredible collection of cues. The room sits under the watchful eye of old father time by way of a 3ft wide brass clock.
The Mildmay Club has long been a popular choice for discerning film, television, music videos and photo shoots, it’s 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 make arrangements for tech parking on weekends and school holidays, and via Hackney Council at all other times. Travel time from central London is about 30 minutes.
What was cool in 1969 looks incredible 50 years on.
“One of London’s few remaining genuine Working Men’s Clubs.
A film friendly cinematic jewel. Still Amazing and still here.”
Ben Mangham (Location Manager)
Recent TV, film and advertising credits:
Killing Eve – Sid Gentle Films Ltd
The Little Drummer Girl – BBC Studios
Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle – BBC Productions
John Newman, Love Me Again -Republic Records
Calvin Harris ft Florence Welch,
Sweet Nothing – Columbia Records
Gucci Pre Fall 2017