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London’s Reign Club is a private members club which opened in London in 2017 as London's first ever Showclub. Put together by the team behind Drama and Cirque Le Soir, this venue features modern, luxurious design throughout its interior, with service, drinks, entertainment, and company to fit! Naturally with such a famous pair of nightclubs in their portfolio, Reign was not going to disappoint, but it is wonderful the level to which it excels. The main surprise was seeing be what sort of quirks we could expect in Reign London.
As London's first showclub it offers an unforgettable experience. It is the talk of London for all its amazing attributes. The interiors are stunning. If you want to feel like you are in Las Vegas, this is the place to be. Bright lights, glamour, and showtime décor all come together to make you feel like a celebrity being treated to a private burlesque experience. Want to dine among pyro cannons, jellyfish tanks, flying acrobatics and confetti? There is nowhere else in London that will offer you this experience. There is nothing less than wow factor everywhere you look in Reign Club. Piccadilly has never hosted anything quite like it.
The dazzling performances are a must for all adrenaline-junkies and lovers of the eccentric. All their shows are customized on a weekly basis, so you will never know just what to expect from their original and innovative acts. It is truly a sight for people who want something new and interesting to talk about for weeks to come, and Reign Club will keep you coming back again and again.
The London Reign Showclub features all sorts of circus-style performances, traditional musical acts and DJs, as well as some true daredevil stunts that will leave you astonished and really impress any guests you bring for the night. All with the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas. The acts take place on two different levels, with DJs pumping amazing music. Despite the Vegas look, there will be no traditional cabaret music. Instead, enjoy amazing house and electronic music, bringing an edgy modern twist to the show you will be relishing.
Reign has been given an animated design with all the bells and whistles including total venue capacity of about 430, integrated FUNKTION 1 sound system, function-able lighting system and Teppanyaki bar. You will feel truly pampered in the middle of all this five star treatment. Another unique feature of the club is food selection; club offers catnap, bowl food etc.
A table booking is recommended if you want to feel like a true celebrity. Otherwise you might not even get in, as it is an incredibly popular venue and spaces are very limited. Getting on the guest list will be difficult due to limited spaces and a very high demand. So if you want to ensure that you are the star of the night, you might want to talk about reserving the entire club in Piccadilly.
The Reign Dress Code is sexy, elegant and high heels for the ladies and smart casual and smart shoes for the gentlemen. Do not wear sportswear, or anything scruffy or casual. If you look too underdressed you will not be allowed in, as they have a certain quality to maintain. They have a right to refuse entry if you break the rules, whether you booked or not.
THE DRESS CODE AT REIGN SHOWCLUB
Dress codes can be confusing, so let us help you with our detailed, visual guides!
What is recommended:
The recommended look is the best one not just to get you in, but to make you feel at home.
As the name suggests, Reign Showclub's mood is pure royalty. Black tie, maybe black tie optional at the most casual. That means that most men will be in tuxedos or three piece suits, and most women will be in classic red carpet gowns, or at the very least their little black dresses. Men's hair should be combed and slicked or sprayed if mid-length and tied back if long. Women's hair can be down, but make sure to use plenty of clips and hair spray to keep your look neat, or else to go for an updo instead.
What is allowed:
The allowed clothes are the full range of what will get you through the door.
Black tie for men includes:
-three piece suit
-straight tie (in black or other muted colours)
-collared, buttoned, starched shirt (in white)
-shined black shoes in leather (or faux leather)
-jewellery limited to watches, wedding rings, and cufflinks
Black tie for women includes:
-red carpet gown
-little black dress or little blue dress
-smart heels, 2"-6" high
-shiny leather (or faux leather) smart kitten heels
-fine and sparkly jewellery
What is a grey area:
The grey area are clothes that might be allowed some days/events and not others, or that are at the discretion of door staff. In short, if you happen to be in the area, wearing these clothes and want to check the club out, then maybe see if you can. You might get lucky. But if you are actually planning a night here? Avoid these and go for something closer to the dress code.
Here the general mood is insanely upscale and classy, so the main grey area is smart casual. Officially, smart casual is the minimum you should aspire for when trying to get into Reign Showclub. In reality, if most people at the venue are wearing tuxedos and three piece suits, you might not be let in wearing a two piece business suit. So don't count on the night being more relaxed, cause you could show up underdressed. Make sure to put in as much effort as you can.
What is forbidden:
These clothes will get you turned away at the door, even if you are on the guest list, have a table with bottle service reserved, and it's your birthday. Sorry.
At Reign Showclub their banned items list is pretty long, and if they turn you away, even if you go back and change, the staff might still not let you in that night. They have a very exclusive, elegant image to maintain. So make sure to avoid all these clothes if you want to get in.
No streetwear. Nothing you could consider casual in any sense.
No sportswear. No active sportswear, no fashion sportswear. Especially no trainers, t-shirts, etc.
No alternative fashion. Gothic, punk, decora, etc, looks are not compatible with black tie or black tie optional. A colour theme such as "black and red" or "pastels" is fine, within reason, but over the top accessories will get you turned away.
No women's flats. If you cannot wear heels, choose some nice leather, slightly masculine kitten heels for a polished look.
No women's suits. Suit dresses are as far as you can go. No skirt suits and definitely no pant suits.
No distressed look clothes. Just no. Nothing torn, worn, faded, painted, etc.
No jeans. This falls under streetwear but it is important to note that not even smart looking black jeans are acceptable.
No leather. Except for shoes, steer clear of leather. No leather jackets, trousers, dresses, etc.
No bright suits. Men's suits must be in black or at least very dark blue or grey. Women's suit dresses can be in black, grey, or any deep jewel tone like Prussian blue, emerald, or burgundy.
No men's jewellery. Watches, cufflinks, and wedding rings aside, assume no men's jewellery is allowed. Not even piercings.
No bulky coats or bags indoors. Take them off before entering the venue and check them into the cloakroom.
No hats indoors. Again, check them in at the cloakroom.