Once a bustling station for busy commuters, Kingly Court Train Station has been once again commandeered by the Scoundrels of Cahoots. With a giant station clock, old split-flap timetables and peeling vintage advertisements, the surviving remnants of the station is a nod towards the space’s former function. Now, the station is layered with mismatched upholstered furniture and frilly lampshades, with tipples served in tins, teacups and anything else the Scoundrels can get their hands on. A tea room by day, you can enjoy afternoon teas, lunch and casual tipples during the morning and afternoon. Then, at night, watch as the space transforms into a lively, buzzing bar, as you enjoy late-night cocktails into the evening.
Bookings are not required for the Ticket Hall.
DOWN IN THE CONTROL ROOM
Hidden beneath the Ticket Hall sits the Control Room – an out-of-bounds private space in the station’s epicentre. Enter Soho’s new worst kept secret to find an industrial maze of switches, dials and flashing lights in the depths of the underground.