Member Login

Reform Club

As well as being a lively social community and a place of outstanding architectural importance, the Reform Club is a reminder of the country’s advance towards democracy in the nineteenth century. It was founded in 1836 for the benefit of those Radicals and Whigs pledging support for the Great Reform Act of 1832 who subsequently developed the Club as the political headquarters of the Liberal Party.

Today the Reform is politically neutral, yet remains true to its founding principles. In this spirit, it continues to be a place for progressive thinking, social change and the championing of reform.

A History of Fine Dining

Find out more
The kitchens at the Reform Club were designed in 1837 by the architect Charles Barry in partnership with the exuberantly creative Victorian celebrity chef Alexis Soyer. Soyer’s legacy of innovation and culinary excellence continues in today’s kitchen.

Club Social Life

Find out more
Each year the Club hosts over 100 events for its membership. Enjoy an exciting programme of dinners, lectures, concerts with high profile guest speakers and artists. It provides the perfect opportunity to expand your social circle.

Membership

Find out more
Be part of over 180 years of history. Join a lively social community in the company of fascinating and prominent people from many different backgrounds and occupations.

Staying at the Club

Find out more
Whether you are based overseas and visiting London, or need a place to lay your head after an evening event at the Club, the Reform is a home from home.