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