Inception Group takes on former Bureau club site in Soho

02 November 2012 by
Inception Group takes on former Bureau club site in Soho

London nightclub operator the Inception Group has taken over the site of the Bureau club in Soho's Kingly Court.

Bureau was originally the venue of the infamous hostess club, Tatty Bogle, which was popular with old English explorers and service men until it was eventually closed in the 1920s.

The Inception Group has taken over the lease of the property, adding it to its existing portfolio venues, which includes Bart's, Maggie's and Restaurant Bunga Bunga.

Nathan Wogman of Shelley Sandzer, who acted on behalf of Michael and Ros Newton of Bureau, commented: "Bureau is a suburb acquisition for Inception Group. The premises are located in the very heart of the West End and I am sure will continue the tradition of being at the centre of a very lively London nightlife scene."

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