Leicester’s first luxury members’ club, Queen Victoria Arts Club, has successfully launched with a trio of private showcase events over three consecutive nights.
Over 500 esteemed guests from the local business, political, media and creative communities flocked to these invitation-only events – created by Fraser Urquhart Media - which gave a first-glimpse opportunity ahead of the public launch on 18th October. High profile guests included Narinder Kaur from Big Brother and BBC Radio, Chris Stafford of Curve Theatre and, of course, City Mayor, Sir Peter Soulsby, in his personal capacity of father to owner, Cassie Soulsby.
Set over two floors (ground and basement), Queen Victoria Arts Club is a premier league restaurant and bar that’s on a mission to offer premier league service and standards.
Commenting, owner Cassie Soulsby says; “Leicester feels ready for a venue such as the Queen Victoria Arts Club. With a premier league sports team and the King in the carpark, it is time the city had a Queen it can be proud of – and we hope the Queen Victoria Arts Club will fill that role”.
The stunning venue, which presides over Orton Square in the heart of Leicester’s Cultural Quarter, has benefited from a £650,000 renovation making it one of the city’s most luxurious – and state of the art – venues.