Punk Soho

Punk Soho Information

Telephone: 0902 242 1330 (CALLS COST 60 PENCE EACH)
Address: 14 Soho Street, Soho, London, W1D 3DN, UK


This is not just another club with a nondescript interior, charging extortionate drink prices and playing funky house, R&B and eclectic beats; Punk ushers in a more casual, hip policy that rebels against the establishment.

This is a venue that is taking West End nightlife in a new direction.

We’ve all heard of mashed-up music, Punk now brings you mashed-up entertainment. A permanent stage allows live music and cabaret to sit side by side with Smash & Grab, Bloody Awful Poetry, Glamor:oke and I Heart Niyi hosted by Super Super.

Gossip, Franz Ferdinand, Bloc Party, Maximo Park, UnkleJam, Supergrass, Ronnie Wood, Mark Ronson, Johnny Borrell, David Walliams, Mario Testino, Jay Kay, Bobby Gillespie, Mick Jones, Mika, Philip Treacy, Kate Moss, Julien Macdonald, Matthew Williamson, Lily Allen, Mary-Kate Olsen, Agyness Deyn and Kelly Osbourne have all recently partied at Punk. Add to that a 3am licence, a 270 capacity, a Soho Square location – this could be Anarchy!

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Punk Soho Map

A map showing Punk Soho in Soho.


To party with your friends, family, clients or colleagues at Punk complete our guest list form or e-mail your guests’ names to info@forbiddenlondon.com

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There are currently no events being publicised. Register as a member for private events.

Full details will be e-mailed to you including dress code and map to the club.

Punk Soho Table Reservations & VIP Entry

To reserve a club table at Punk call James WJ Wilson on 07813 030 102

You and your guests benefit from priority entry and efficient, friendly table service from the team at Punk.

Our Punk Soho Review

Punk Soho is not your typical West End nightclub. The dress code is different, the music is different and the crowd is different. Fun, young and funky; Punk Soho is the perfect venue to liven things up.
Rating: ★★★★☆

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Punk Soho Reviews

  1. We were promised free entrance via the guest list after our Graduation ball at a West End hotel. We arrived at 1am and were told there was no guest list. The door staff laughed at us and said we were over-dressed anyway. Really, really poor attitude for what is supposed to be a good club!

    Rating: ★☆☆☆☆

  2. Punk is a strange venue, part drag queen glamour, part student hang out. There are certainly no punks in sight!

    The bouncers are rude, overly aggressive and, overall, very unpleasant. They’re not even nice to the other door staff. There is usually a long queue and it could be frustrating experience getting in the to Punk Soho.

    The music is quite good until about 1am when it gets really cheesy, think ‘camp’ disco hits like It’s Raining Men. There are some good drink offers in the week but not as good as some of the cocktails bars in Soho.

    Rating: ★★★☆☆

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