Social Scene events coming up


Drive-in Cinema ‘Grease’ PG13
Friday 28th May, 7.30pm-10.45pm (approx.)

Ticket price per car £35 – numbers limited

Get your engines in gear, film fans! Join in the first Roehampton Club Drive-In Cinema and re-live the magic of the American drive-in movies in the Members car park! The Drive-in is the perfect post-lockdown treat which the whole family can enjoy with refreshments served to your car.

Grease is a classic musical to be enjoyed by the whole family! Good girl Sandy and greaser Danny fall in love over the summer. When they unexpectedly discover they’re in the same high school, will they be able to rekindle their romance? Enjoy the friendships, romances and adventures of a group of American high school kids in the 1950s.

Gates will open at 7.30pm for the film to start at 9pm, food and drinks will be available on pre-order!

The ticket price includes a small receiver that plugs directly into your car radio. If you don’t want to use your car radio, you can bring your own battery-operated speaker or headphones (3.5mm Aux IN input required).

For any questions about the logistics and other aspects of this event before you book (i.e. car size, sound, refreshments) please call Francesca on 020 8480 4281 or email

In The Shadow of The Abbey, a Virtual Tour with London guide Rosalind Vincent – free event
Monday 7th June at 6.30pm

Delve into the quiet back streets behind Westminster Abbey, and you will be treated to a world of charm and architectural delights. Join Club Member London guide Rosalind Vincent, as she opens your eyes to these hidden gems and talks about some of the colourful characters remembered here. This will be a relaxed and friendly virtual event with plenty of time for questions and conversation.

Register now for all these events

We will send the Zoom link and further details of these events on the day.
Login and book online via the Members’ website at, email or give them a call on 020 8480 4200.
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Save the dates

Two additional events to look forward to over the coming months. Please save the dates and look out for more details and how to book soon.

Alas Blackhurst and Frei
Thursday 9th September – date change

An evening with two eminent journalists who certainly do not pull their punches – Chris Blackhurst and Matt Frei.


As Members they both swim regularly in the Outdoor Pool chatting and putting the world to rights on a variety of topics. We have asked them to transfer their insight with humour to a no-holds-barred evening with supper to answer all your searching questions. Not to be missed.

Family Day ‘A Very British Affair’
Saturday 24th July

A day of fun, entertainment, and refreshments for the whole family. We are hosting again our ever-popular day in the gardens where our younger Members particularly enjoy all the games and activities on offer. Parents and grandparents can come too!

For any queries on the events above, please email

Recent event reviews

In Conversation with Dr Giulia Castellani – A Year in the Arctic: A Close-Up Look at the Biggest Ever Polar Expedition

On Wednesday, 28th April, over 40 Members enjoyed the last in our inspirational women series, listening to the experience of Dr Giulia Castellani from the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research in Bremerhaven, Germany.

Giulia discussed her work on building a new understanding of how polar ecosystems will respond to climate change and her experience on board the icebreaker ‘RV Polarstern’ during the MOSAiC polar expedition.

Here’s what you had to say:

‘I loved her passion about the subject and to learn from someone who has actually been to the ice and experienced it.  ‘

‘I would like to say how much we enjoyed the talk by Dr Giulia Castellani. Neither of us have a scientific background, but we both found it fascinating. She managed to make it both informative and accessible with fascinating slides to illustrate what she was saying. The photos at the end were delightful and brought home in the way that only photos can what it must have been like living and working in the cold and dark.’  

‘So interesting to find out how they go about doing research and how they cope at those temperatures!’

Members’ Car Park closure

On Friday 28th May the Members’ Car Park will close at 4pm to set up the car park for the Drive-in Cinema. Kindly park your vehicle in the Visitor Car Park or the overspill in Rosslyn Park. Thank you very much for your cooperation.

Nicki Davis, Operations Manager – Food, Beverage and Events –