DOOR POLICY OVERVIEW

Any person attending Ten London must ensure they are appropriately dressed for the occasion. Whilst we accept walk ins (and smart casual outfits) when operating as a bar from 5pm - 10pm Monday - Friday, when operating as a nightclub (from 10pm - 1am Monday - Wednesday) and (10pm - 3am Thursday - Saturday) we adopt a strict dress code policy and there are no excuses. We fully reserve the right to refuse admission to anyone we feel is inappropriately dressed.

FEMALE DRESS CODE

Bar (5pm - 10pm Monday - Friday)

Smart casual accepted

 

Nightclub (10pm - 1am Monday - Wednesday & 10pm - 3am Thursday - Saturday)

Dress to impress Ladies! Elegant and classy is the requirement. No jeans, trainers, sliders or casual trousers are allowed. Don't forget to wear heels!

*If you are attending the venue during the bar operational hours with the intention of staying late for the nightclub operational hours, please be sure to dress appropriately. The nightclub dress code also applies to brunches and private events.

MALE DRESS CODE

Bar (5pm - 10pm Monday - Friday)

Smart casual accepted

Nightclub (10pm - 1am Monday - Wednesday & 10pm - 3am Thursday - Saturday) 

Make an effort gents! Smart, stylish and unique. No "casual" trainers, flip flops, athletic wear, baseball caps/hats, hooded jumpers, beachwear and fleeces. Designer hoodies/smart trainers may be accepted at the doors discretion, but no hoods can be up inside the venue.

*If you are attending the venue during the bar operational hours with the intention of staying late for the nightclub operational hours, please be sure to dress appropriately. The nightclub dress code also applies to brunches and private events.

COATS AND JACKETS

 

*Applies to nightclub, brunches & private event operational hours only

Ten London fully understands the need to wear a coat or jacket to the venue (especially in the winter months) however once inside all coats and jackets (considered by the venue to be too casual and not in line with the dress code) must be placed in the cloakroom which there will be a £3 charge for. 

PHYSICAL VIOLENCE

Ten London operates a zero tolerance policy against physical violence. A person (on our premises or the surrounding area ) who commits any action of physical violence whatsoever must immediately pay a £10,000 fine to the venue (which will be donated to charity) and this may increase to an unlimited amount if the operation of the venue is disrupted or damaged in any way, or if the venue has to allocate time and resources to cooperate with a police investigation as a result of the said persons actions. The violent individual will also have their personal information shared on an ID scan database that links to thousands of other venues around the UK, which will likely result in refusal of entry to these venues in the future. If the said person fails or refuses to pay any money due as a result of their actions interest will be calculated at 0.1% per day from the day of the incident until the final balance has been cleared and the venue has a right to take any appropriate measures necessary to recover any monies due. Accepting this is a condition of entry.

 

*All reservations are subject to doorman's discretion. We fully reserve the right to refuse entry to guests for any reason, including but not limited to: underage patrons, visible intoxication, client presents a danger to himself or herself, or failure to adhere to dress code. All guests are required to be of legal age and must present a physical government-issued ID at time of entry. It is recommended that guests arrive early and with their entire group, preferably of equal ratios. To avoid disappointment during nightclub operational hours, we strongly advise you have a valid ticket, guestlist or table reservation.