Membership

We welcome with open arms sparkling new talents and seasoned captains of industry (as well as those who fall somewhere in between.) Usually our members work in the worlds of arts and media, or have an active interest, but we rate personality above profession.

Integrity and authenticity are our watchwords, and members enjoy a familiar trusting relationship with our long-term staff. We keep our media profile low; this suits us and our members.

Above all, our members are a quirky and discerning bunch who appreciate the Union’s traditional and subtle style.

Perhaps you might too?

Apply online below or email membership@unionclub.co.uk for more information. You’re always most welcome to come in for a cuppa and a chat about Union life!

Benefits of Membership include...

A home away from home, tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Soho.

A daily changing menu with quality, simplicity and value to the fore.

Distinctive comfortable Club spaces for all manner of occasions.

Our delightful rooftop terrace; for lazy al fresco lunches and sunny suppers.

Our Studio – an airy warehouse-style space where members can work peacefully.

Access to a handpicked roster of reciprocal clubs.

Preferential rates on private hire of our spaces.

Club Perks

Free membership of The Piano Bar Soho.

Discounted membership at Oasis Sports Centre.

Prefential room rates at Hazlitt’s Hotel (Soho), The Lantern Inn (Kent) and The Walpole Bay Hotel (Margate)

30-50% off at MoreYoga.

20% off Senior Stylist services at Salon 64.

Reciprocal Clubs
Please email any reservation requests you need to access the following clubs, and we will make your introductions. Please give us at least 48 hours notice.  Most Clubs allow up to 12 visits a year, with three guests.

Our membership fees

Club membership – £600 per annum (£100 joining fee)

Under 30s membership – £480 per annum (£100 joining fee)

Joint membership – £900 per annum (£100 joining fee)

Corporate membership – please contact membership

“You don’t really know anything until you’ve found a good club and can be there on your own, find your time there.”
Bonnie Greer