Ealing Club

The Ealing Club is an independent music club which in 1962 under Alexis Korner and Cyril Davies became the birthplace of British Rhythm and Blues. The Rolling Stones first met at the Ealing Club and played there over 20 times. Eric Clapton, Rod Stewart and Pete Townshend also played the Ealing Club in the early ’60s. In 2011 The Ealing Club was formed as a community interest company, to highlight Ealing’s musical heritage and to promote regular live gigs of blues and contemporary music.

Address: The Red Room, Haven Place, Ealing W5 2NP – opposite Ealing Broadway
Station, behind Haart’s estate agent (see map)
Website: www.ealing-club.com
Contact: ealingclub@creativeealing.com