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The venue may be no more but the spirit lives on! 

 

Ginglik has evolved into an innovative events company creating spectacular one-off events. Watch this space.

 

The Ginglik venue was born in the spring of 2002 in a converted Edwardian toilet beneath Shepherds Bush Green. Over it’s eleven years it became one of the best loved venues of any size in the capital. With a diverse lineup of events and its supernaturally friendly crew it created a rare sense of community and one of the most welcoming atmospheres in London.

 

Their commitment to giving a platform to upcoming artists as well as established ones such as Laura Marling, Ellie Goulding, Robin Williams, Jimmy Carr, Michael Mcintyre and er... Jason Donovan, made it one of the most exciting and treasured venues in the UK.

 

 

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2002 - 2013

The Venue is currently closed and under offer.

The Ginglik venue was born in the spring of 2002 in a converted Edwardian toilet beneath Shepherds Bush Green. Over it’s eleven years it became one of the best loved venues of any size in the capital. With a diverse lineup of events and its supernaturally friendly crew it created a rare sense of community and one of the most welcoming atmospheres in London.

 

Their commitment to giving a platform to upcoming artists as well as established ones such as Laura Marling, Ellie Goulding, Robin Williams, Jimmy Carr, Michael Mcintyre made it one of the most exciting and treasured venues in the UK.

"Ginglik is a whirlwind of bohemian expression"

Itchy London

 

"One of London's best clubs"

The Times

 

"An ace bunker bar chokker full of warmth and character." Time Out

 

”Among the best spots of any size in the capital” londontown.com

 

Voted best bar in Hammersmith and Fulham by myvillage.com