An 80s inspired celebration of everything that was good about the decade style forgot.
Take a trip down memory lane to the 1980s at Maggie’s Club, a retro disco-themed nightclub situated in the heart of Chelsea’s Fulham Road. This unique venue serves as a time capsule celebrating the iconic era known for its smash hits, eccentric drinks, and bold fashion sense.
Maggie’s Club features Rubik’s Cube tables, a giant 80s fish tank, and The A-Team throwing it back to everyone’s favourite decade every week. Choose your 80s cocktail from a light-up drinks menu, offering a range of options from pina coladas to quirky vessels shaped like Maggie’s head!
With its quirky decor, UV lights, and spacious dancefloor, Maggie’s Club transports you back to the 1980s, a decade renowned for its unforgettable parties. This venue is perfect for various occasions, accommodating up to 180 guests for events such as birthdays, kids parties, photo shoots, and dance classes. Hire the entire venue and create a memorable experience for your guests at your very own retro-themed Christmas party in London.
A B4 months ago
Had a brilliant night @ Maggies. Staff were really friendly and helpful. Really cool atmosphere downstairs, with excellent music. We arrived early, i would recommend to do the same as it gets very busy. We will definitely be coming back. Keep up the good work guys. :)
Rachael DeSantis5 months ago
Went once had a lot of fun. Brought my friends who were visiting from the states and they turned us away because we did not have a reservation. Normally I would understand this, but we called hours prior to arriving to ask how much £ to get in and no one mentioned reservations being needed. They also said it was free before 10:00pm. Very upset because I thought this was such a great place when I first came.
Jasmine C4 months ago
Far too crowded. Paying £20 entry and queuing to just spend the whole night making way for people trying to find their friends. There was barely room to move. I went with a group of 8 girls and we found the crowd was very male dominated. There were a few good songs to dance to, but far too many slow songs. To top it all off, £16 for two bottles of beer.
John Viney2 months ago
Normally brilliant and fun music from the 80’s, excellent to dance to. This evening we endured an hour of songs from the 80’s that were more suited to a Sunday morning coffee shop than a dance floor. Hopefully their last DJ will be back soon.
Sena Çetindere4 months ago
We have been with 8 girls to this club and they make you pay £20 as if they are a very exclusive club but what you get is a small, sweaty club with just weird man around you. The amount of people they let in is ridiculous compared to the size of the club and everything is overpriced! The music is very cheesy and basic, wouldn’t recommend if you prefer not to get pushed by random drunk people all night and acting exclusive!