Whether it’s eating, drinking and conversation, or debate, training and film, the Frontline Club offers everything you could want from a media club. With its history rooted in the freelance video news industry, the Club brings together a diverse group of people who share a passion for current affairs.
The Frontline Club opened its doors in 2003. Housed in a three-storey old Victorian coach house, it has a public restaurant on the ground floor; a clubroom; a Forum, where talks, screenings and workshops take place; and the Annex with 12 bedrooms.
“ There’s three reasons to come to Paddington: to take a train, go to St. Mary’s Hospital & to visit The Frontline Club.” – Malcolm Gluck, The Guardian
“…the Frontline is a staggering find: big, grown-up, lots of wood, but light and jolly with just a hint of foreign battles.” – Giles Coren, The Times
Our members are drawn from a wide community of journalists, other media professionals and people committed to press freedom, including photographers, writers, filmmakers, artists, diplomats and aid workers. To apply, you need a proposer and seconder. If you feel you share our values and would like to join the club but don’t know any current members, please get in touch at [email protected] for more details.Apply now
I was a founding member, does that mean I am still a member? You are only a member if you pay your annual fees.
HONORARY memberships, meaning memberships offered from the board are revised on an annual basis, hence can expire. LIFETIME memberships never expire.
My spouse is a member, does that mean that I am also? Regrettably memberships are individual however you are always welcome when they are around or we would be happy to see you apply for your own membership.
Membership is not manned daily, please feel free to forward your questions to the CLUB OFFICE 02070467066 Mon-Friday 11-18.00
13 Norfolk Place,
London W2 1QJ,
Tel: +44 (0)207 046 7050
Closest Tube Stations:
Paddington, Edgware Road and Lancaster Gate.
Monday to Friday 11am – 11pm