LIBRARY is a new private members’ club for the eclectic literary, music, theatre and design communities. It opened its doors in London’s Covent Garden in summer 2014.
Behind the inconspicuous entrance on St Martin’s Lane is a library door to an exceptional space for all day dining, live entertainment, an engaging events programme and literary society.
The venue features a spectacular main room with a double mezzanine, fireplace, stage and four-meter floor to ceiling bar.
Marc Peridis and his team at 19 greek street are overseeing the interior design of the venue. Hailed as London’s hub for international contemporary design, 19 Greek street produces projects for the likes of Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, Vivienne Westwood and sketch.
Dynamic art consultants, Tani Burns and Andrew Hancock of ART NAKED, will curate a revolving series of innovative exhibitions and installations within the space, reflecting contemporary trends and works by a mix of leading visual artists, designers and object-makers.
DJ and Editor of It’s Rude To Stare Lifestyle Guide, Nicola Robinson will curate the music and events programme with music consultant, Cecily Mullins. A bespoke Vinyl collection is being hand picked for the venue as well as cutting edge music vibe.
A classic club menu will be served throughout LIBRARY, however ‘The Kitchen’ will also be available for guests to enjoy, housing a long communal chef’s table, as well as additional seating.
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