Nightgames pops up for an Olympic party

Nightgames pops up for an Olympic party

A pop-up nightclub in central London is making a bold bid for the title of the capital’s hottest nightspot during the Olympic fortnight. Legendary music producer Arthur Baker (New Order, Bruce Springsteen, Afrika Bambaataa) and party impresario Sara Blonstein (Cannes, MTV Awards, BAFTAs) are behind Nightgames – a private members club that will be open for just 12 nights.

The exact location of Nightgames is a secret, though the clamour for membership of the venue is likely to be more of a fraught experience than finding its West End location (clue: it is very near Selfridges on Oxford Street). Those that are lucky enough to get in are promised a ballroom mixed with a traditional members’ club, complete with an exotic outside terrace.

The music will range from live big band performances to pure disco from the original DJs of New York’s infamous Studio 54 nightclub. The organisers promise international music stars will also play at the venue, where all furniture has been replaced by beds and bespoke ‘parlours’ will spin off from the dance floor.

The pop up will support the Teenage Cancer Trust and The Fashion Arts Foundation. The club is open from 26 July to 12 August, 9pm – 4am. Members only. For more details visit

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