We take pride in the diversity of our membership and actively encourage people of all nationalities and ethnic backgrounds to join the club. Find out more by coming along to our new members night (Club Night) which takes places the second Saturday of every month.We go to: , 18 Holborn, London EC1N 2LE Meet at Chancery Lane Tube Station for or anytime onwards in the pub. Sure, there's always bound to be an element of the awks about it all, but hey, if you are game, why not try one of these speed dating alternatives... Hosted by Shoreditch's The Book Club, 'Last Night A Speed Date Saved My Life' has become one of London't most popular nights for singles. Well, for one it's held in a pretty trendy place so you don't feel like a total speed date doofus, and secondly, the light-hearted atmosphere of the whole evening makes it feel more like a regular night down the pub rather than a cringe-worthy 1:1 debacle. Well, could be that a literary speed date is the one for you. Now before you freak out, listen to the science behind this speed date idea.To view all of the activities we organise, and see exactly why we are a great alternative to the usual As well as offering top-class activities that give you the chance to pursue hobbies and develop new interests, Spice London is also a great alternative to Middlesex singles clubs as there are many opportunities to meet and engage with like-minded people.
Twice a year punters aren’t going to pay a nightclub’s bills.Our Find Out More Evenings are best way for anyone thinking about joining to meet us and our members.One of our Spice hosts will welcome you along and run through the basics of how Spice works and answer your questions there is no need to book just drop in, it's all very relaxed and friendly They are also serve as club nights for new and existing Spice members to meet and mingle over a social drink or two with some Spice friends.So long to Ritzy and farewell to Cinderella Rockafella – the long tradition of the great British nightclub appears to be on the way out.Even famous London dance-music clubs such as Turnmills, Bagley’s and The End have succumbed to a process that has seen the UK's total portfolio of nightclubs shrink by almost half from 3,144 in 2005 to 1,733 a decade later.There must be equal numbers of ladies and gents, so booking is essential.