Described as the epicentre of London's gay social scene, Freedom not only plays host to a variety of art exhibitions, film premieres and after show parties, but also provides two bars: the ground floor which is popular during the day, and in the evenings, the basement bar which is buzzing with people. A range of European dishes and snacks are provided and catering for private parties of up to 200 people is available upon request.
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National House, 60-66 Wardour Street, St James, London, W1F 0TA
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+44 (0)20 7734 0071
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60-66 Wardour StreetSt JamesLondonW1F 0TA
- +44 (0)20 7734 0071
- Public transport:
- Piccadilly Circus, Underground
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Isn't it a coincidence that every Friday/Saturday night the draught beers have run out or are malfunctioning? Let's just be honest about it... you want
a) to spend less time pulling pints and far more making far more lucrative cocktails
b) sell them bottled beer instead with higher profit margins.
I've only had the pleasure of coming here twice and both times for birthday parties (so you...more
Freedom bar was pretty fun, the upstairs is more loungy and theres definitely a mixed crowd of gays and straights here which I enjoyed. Met some cool locals who we ended up hanging out with the rest of the night bar hoping, bought some shots off the hot Brazilian shot boy, and danced down stairs to some pretty horrible music lol. I do have to say this was probably the worst place for drinks,...more
I went to Freedom last week with my friend, after we ate at Banana Tree, for a nightcap and to meet a couple of his friends.
I gone past this bar on many occasions and ignored it but he suggested and it did the job for a Tuesday night but it wasn't anything special and when I ordered our drinks, for my friend a pint of Stella and for me a red wine and was presented with a white wine (how...more
going out in freedom bar really depends on your mood, i love my gay nights out but if you're wanting to talk to some guys about something other than your outfit, would not suggest it. the downstairs club area plays great music and the poles are always fun :P drinks are london average, £5 shot, £8 for cocktail. something like £5 entry, but i tend not to have to pay it as a girl.more
You always expect stuff in soho to be open later than it is, don't you? Yeah, I've found myself wandering around looking for something to do past 12/2am and this is one of the few late-night spots you can hit without having to know a doorman or be on a guest list.
There is a mix to the crowd, so it's kind of a straight-friendly place to go if you're with a group that might not be keen on...more