Located on the site of the iconic Marquee Club, Conran’s Mezzo and Cuban favourite Floridita, 100 Wardour St. draws inspiration from its edgy Soho location. Renamed 100 Wardour St. with innovative décor and a playful feel, suited to the bohemian crowd. Soho, the original Shoreditch, is the heart of London’s film, music and entertainment district and 100 Wardour St. plays to the lifestyle of its creative clientele around the clock. 100 Wardour St, a large site with a fine record of hosting historic events – this is where the Rolling Stones played their first London gig. Step beyond the light-filled entrance atrium and there’s a cavernous main space dominated by an island bar: a great spot for a champagne reception. Downstairs, there’s a stage for live performances, and assorted private and semi-private spaces for smaller wedding breakfasts.