New Year’s Eve 2019: Wardour 54

WHEN: 01-01-1970

For 33 months, Studio 54 ruled the world.

For one night only, it’s coming back to bridge the gap between 2019 and 2020.

Get set to party with us as we pay homage to the glory days of disco, with DJs and dancers upstairs in the Bar & Lounge and live music from Belair downstairs in the Restaurant & Club. Tickets are now available, starting from £30 for early-bird partygoers.

Dining is also available, starting at £60 in the Bar & Lounge from 6 – 9pm (£35 charge for guests to go down to the club after their reservation) and £75 for the early sitting in the Restaurant & Club from 5.30 – 7.30pm. The late sitting is available from 7.45pm at £150 per person.


Here are a few 54 facts to whet your appetite:

Disco legend Nile Rodgers was once denied entry to the club. The incident inspired their biggest hit – Le Freak

When Dolly Parton came to town, the club’s owners transformed the whole space into a farmyard – to make the country girl feel more at home.

Club owner Steve Rubell gifted Andy Warhol a trashcan full of brand new dollar bills for his birthday. Party revellers tipped the whole thing over his head, leaving Warhol to scramble to collect them all.

For more details or to book, please get in touch at or give us a call 020 7314 4000.