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Rent-a-Curl! Bringing the curling to you

We are excited to formally announce that you can rent the whole TCC experience! Iceless curling, stones and coaches can be at your event, now!

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Experience the 2023 Curling Club launch party at The Southbank Centre!

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2024 London Launch Date

On 10th October 2024, the party comes back to London!

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London’s favourite winter sport is back with a resident DJ and bucketloads of Alpine spirit.


Settle any scores over drinks and après ski-inspired food like bratwurst and raclette fries.

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The Curling Club is one for apres-ski vibes: there is, of course, curling — surprisingly tricky


Combine a festive activity with the action of the World Cup, at either one of The Curling Club locations. Quaff pints and munch on wintery comfort foods of the likes of bratwurst, nachos and raclette fries. Pre-book your table.


A new pop-up at the Southbank Centre, bring a group of up to six and test your hand at this alpine sport, while enjoying winter warmers and delicious food. Plus, there’s a lineup of DJs to keep you in a moving mood.


Gather your friends and loved ones to find out whose curling skills are on point, and power your night with wintery cocktails and delicious food


The sport of curling – the one you watch on telly during the Olympics and find curiously engaging – is coming to London. The Curling Club will be taking up residence in both the Southbank Centre and The Shack in Twickenham, bringing ‘epic apres nightlife’ along with it. 


If you’re looking for date-night ideas this winter, then wrap up warm and get ready to slide into your intended’s DMs – because The Curling Club is coming back to London.


Keep up to speed with all the latest from the World Cup at The Curling Club pop-up venue who are showing all matches live on their big screens.

Bringing some après ski fun to Southbank Centre’s 2022 Winter Festival, the festive pop-up celebrates all things Alpine. 


Indulge in a little friendly competition and sweep your way to glory this festive season at The Curling Club at the Southbank Centre.


The Curling Club will be bringing festivities to the Southbank Centre for the first time ever. For beginners and enthusiasts alike, The Curling Club combines a unique winter sport with delicious festive cocktails and food, music and a sprinkling of fun competition.


This holiday season, London’s favourite winter entertainment, The

Curling Club will make its much-anticipated return. Inviting curling enthusiasts and festive partygoers, it promises the ultimate winter wonderland experience.


Curling is a fun festive thing to do with family or friends, whether you’re good at it, or just kind of average. Southbank Centre’s curling club comes without the need for ice or specialist footwear as stones glide down a specially made sheet, instead of ice. It comes as part of the venue’s Winter Festival, so head off for some food and drink, or a browse through the Christmas Market after your game.

Pic of TCC Southbank sheets


For the first time ever, The Curling Club will arrive on the Southbank, offering visitors the chance to try the seasonal sport while tucking into cocktails and food, like bratwurst and charcuterie.


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The Curling Club has created two Alpine-inspired winter pop-ups at the Langham hotel and Finsbury Square, where guests can try their hand at curling on individual ice rinks.


This winter the sport of curling – the one you watch on telly during the Olympics and find curiously engaging – is coming to London. The Curling Club will be taking up residence in both Finsbury Square and The Langham in Portland Place, bringing ‘epic après nightlife’ along with it. Both venues will be given a proper festive makeover, wintry cocktails, Alpine-inspired street food and entertainment on hand.


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It’s fair to say that not every London hotel has its own winter wonderland, let alone curling rinks. At the Langham this festive season curling enthusiasts can play the Olympic sport in groups as small as six people or up to 150 on three different ice rinks. There’s also street food, alcohol and live music to keep your spirits – and skill levels – high.