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Ted's Place (Nightclub)
West London, London
Nightclub
Address:
305A North End Road, Fulham, London
West London
London
W14 9NS
England

Venue added by: NikkiMay
Contact Details:
Telephone: 020 7385 9359
www.tedsplace.co.uk





Venue Map
Description:
Londons Longest running and friendliest Trans venue, which first opened it's doors, officially, to the "T" community in October 1990.

Open Thursday evenings from 7:00 pm until 2.30 am and again on Sundays from 7.00 to 2.30 am.
Thursdays is the Main "T" club night with a DJ and Dance floor.
Sunday is "chill out night catering for more of a relaxed mixed environment, with taped background music and a "play area" too.
Entry on Thursday is £5.00 and Sunday £3.00 before 10.00 pm and £5.00 thereafter. Licensed bar, with limited Parking available in side street opposite the club entrance.
Dress code is Casual or smart (your choice)
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Upcoming Events at Ted's Place
Teds Place: Monday night is Lipstick night
Night Out (Club)

Open from 7pm to


Ted has started a new night for us on Mondays to take up where the Philbeach left off all those years ago - for those who remember. Afraid no room service!

Entrance is £3.00 and the club will run from 7.00 pm to Midnight

Ted has now been running his club since 1990 and it is a firmly established venue for T girls and their admirers every Thursday night. He also runs a more chilled out evening on Sundays.
Thursday night is well known by the established community but there may be many newcomers who are unaware of one of the premier meeting places in London.
I wrote an article about two years ago on Teds Place for a magazine and append a slightly amended version below so that you can get the flavour of the evening.


305a North End Road,
Fulham,
W14 9NS
0207 385 9359


The Friendliest Place in Town.
Thursdays TS TV Disco Night
Admirers welcome
London's top Night Club
for TG's and their friends


TED’S PLACE

Hidden away in Fulham, west London, is one of the scene’s best known bars.
Walking down the North End Road, you won’t see flashing lights and bouncers outside the door of one of the oldest venues for trans people. In fact, you could walk past the entrance without knowing it was there. For those in the know, there is a big sign in the window in red proclaiming:-

OPEN
305

Described as the ‘Friendliest Place in town’ it provides a unique meeting place for T girls, friends and admirers every Thursday night from 7 pm to last orders at 2.00 am.
The staff are wonderfully friendly and you are warmly welcomed by Ted,
who will invariably greet you with ‘Hi Babe. How’re doing?’
The club is in the basement and is a blend of bar and disco with music mixed by resident DJ Dennis (who also DJ’d at Ron Storme’s club in Stepney).
The club started in 1945 and was originally run by Ted’s uncle as The Sports Supporter’s Club, through to 1990, when it closed. If it hadn’t been for a chance remark by Ted’s mother, as they were walking past, that the premises were empty, the Club as we know it would never have evolved.
Ted had been running the bar and functions at The Hurlingham Club, in Fulham, and decided that he had the right experience for taking number 305 on. Ted’s Place was born. It ran as a general bar until 1992, when it became a women only club (Fannies), which won the Women’s Best Bar Award in the Pink paper for two years running.
Along with the regular evenings, there were Blind Date and Karaoke nights and Ted found that a number of T girls were coming along. He tells me that he had read an article in the Beaumont Society magazine and decided to start advertising in Time Out Thursday and Saturday nights for T girls and their friends. On Saturdays he arranged cabaret, with well known artists, such as Dave Lynn. This was about fifteen years ago but because of pressures on Ted’s personal time and the fact that other clubs provided venues on the Saturday night, the Club is closed Saturdays, apart from occasional special events.
It is possible that Ted could proclaim the Club to be by Royal Appointment. The story goes that one evening four young men arrived wearing male garb but faces made up as girls. One or two of the patrons thought they recognised one of the heirs to the throne and later they were spotted being whisked away in a car bearing HRH.
In fact Ted’s is host to many Queens and Kings if you think about it, so no big deal.
Ted’s has visitors from all over the world and caters for all T girls at whatever stage they are at. There are changing facilities in the loos but you must get there at opening time before the rush starts and I warn you it is very cramped.

http://www.tedsplaceuk.co.uk


Teds Place: The best midweek venue in town
Night Out (Club)

Open from 7pm to


he club opening time is 7.00 pm with last orders 2.00 am closing 2.30 am.

Entrance fee £5.00

Ted has now been running his club since 1990 and it is a firmly established venue for T girls and their admirers every Thursday night. He also runs a more chilled out evening on Sundays.
Thursday night is well known by the established community but there may be many newcomers who are unaware of one of the premier meeting places in London.
I wrote an article about two years ago on Teds Place for a magazine and append a slightly amended version below so that you can get the flavour of the evening.


305a North End Road,
Fulham,
W14 9NS
0207 385 9359


The Friendliest Place in Town.
Thursdays TS TV Disco Night
Admirers welcome
London's top Night Club
for TG's and their friends


TED’S PLACE

Hidden away in Fulham, west London, is one of the scene’s best known bars.
Walking down the North End Road, you won’t see flashing lights and bouncers outside the door of one of the oldest venues for trans people. In fact, you could walk past the entrance without knowing it was there. For those in the know, there is a big sign in the window in red proclaiming:-

OPEN
305

Described as the ‘Friendliest Place in town’ it provides a unique meeting place for T girls, friends and admirers every Thursday night from 7 pm to last orders at 2.00 am.
The staff are wonderfully friendly and you are warmly welcomed by Ted,
who will invariably greet you with ‘Hi Babe. How’re doing?’
The club is in the basement and is a blend of bar and disco with music mixed by resident DJ Dennis (who also DJ’d at Ron Storme’s club in Stepney).
The club started in 1945 and was originally run by Ted’s uncle as The Sports Supporter’s Club, through to 1990, when it closed. If it hadn’t been for a chance remark by Ted’s mother, as they were walking past, that the premises were empty, the Club as we know it would never have evolved.
Ted had been running the bar and functions at The Hurlingham Club, in Fulham, and decided that he had the right experience for taking number 305 on. Ted’s Place was born. It ran as a general bar until 1992, when it became a women only club (Fannies), which won the Women’s Best Bar Award in the Pink paper for two years running.
Along with the regular evenings, there were Blind Date and Karaoke nights and Ted found that a number of T girls were coming along. He tells me that he had read an article in the Beaumont Society magazine and decided to start advertising in Time Out Thursday and Saturday nights for T girls and their friends. On Saturdays he arranged cabaret, with well known artists, such as Dave Lynn. This was about fifteen years ago but because of pressures on Ted’s personal time and the fact that other clubs provided venues on the Saturday night, the Club is closed Saturdays, apart from occasional special events.
It is possible that Ted could proclaim the Club to be by Royal Appointment. The story goes that one evening four young men arrived wearing male garb but faces made up as girls. One or two of the patrons thought they recognised one of the heirs to the throne and later they were spotted being whisked away in a car bearing HRH.
In fact Ted’s is host to many Queens and Kings if you think about it, so no big deal.
Ted’s has visitors from all over the world and caters for all T girls at whatever stage they are at. There are changing facilities in the loos but you must get there at opening time before the rush starts and I warn you it is very cramped.

http://www.tedsplaceuk.co.uk/


Teds Place: A chill out Sunday evening
Night Out (Club)

Open from 7pm to


The club will be open at 7.00 pm with last orders 2.00 am and closing 2.30 am

Entrance fee £3.00 before 10.00 pm and £5.00 after.

Ted is running a cool night for T Girls and Admirers every Sunday from 7 pm to 2.00 am last orders and doors closed 2.30 am. This to give an extra venue following the closing of the Philbeach Hotel in January 2008. Gosh! Is it that long ago.
You can park on single yellow lines on Sundays but do read the notices on parking just to be on the safe side.

http://www.tedsplaceuk.co.uk/


Teds Place: Monday night is Lipstick night
Night Out (Club)

Open from 7pm to


Ted has started a new night for us on Mondays to take up where the Philbeach left off all those years ago - for those who remember. Afraid no room service!

Entrance is £3.00 and the club will run from 7.00 pm to Midnight

Ted has now been running his club since 1990 and it is a firmly established venue for T girls and their admirers every Thursday night. He also runs a more chilled out evening on Sundays.
Thursday night is well known by the established community but there may be many newcomers who are unaware of one of the premier meeting places in London.
I wrote an article about two years ago on Teds Place for a magazine and append a slightly amended version below so that you can get the flavour of the evening.


305a North End Road,
Fulham,
W14 9NS
0207 385 9359


The Friendliest Place in Town.
Thursdays TS TV Disco Night
Admirers welcome
London's top Night Club
for TG's and their friends


TED’S PLACE

Hidden away in Fulham, west London, is one of the scene’s best known bars.
Walking down the North End Road, you won’t see flashing lights and bouncers outside the door of one of the oldest venues for trans people. In fact, you could walk past the entrance without knowing it was there. For those in the know, there is a big sign in the window in red proclaiming:-

OPEN
305

Described as the ‘Friendliest Place in town’ it provides a unique meeting place for T girls, friends and admirers every Thursday night from 7 pm to last orders at 2.00 am.
The staff are wonderfully friendly and you are warmly welcomed by Ted,
who will invariably greet you with ‘Hi Babe. How’re doing?’
The club is in the basement and is a blend of bar and disco with music mixed by resident DJ Dennis (who also DJ’d at Ron Storme’s club in Stepney).
The club started in 1945 and was originally run by Ted’s uncle as The Sports Supporter’s Club, through to 1990, when it closed. If it hadn’t been for a chance remark by Ted’s mother, as they were walking past, that the premises were empty, the Club as we know it would never have evolved.
Ted had been running the bar and functions at The Hurlingham Club, in Fulham, and decided that he had the right experience for taking number 305 on. Ted’s Place was born. It ran as a general bar until 1992, when it became a women only club (Fannies), which won the Women’s Best Bar Award in the Pink paper for two years running.
Along with the regular evenings, there were Blind Date and Karaoke nights and Ted found that a number of T girls were coming along. He tells me that he had read an article in the Beaumont Society magazine and decided to start advertising in Time Out Thursday and Saturday nights for T girls and their friends. On Saturdays he arranged cabaret, with well known artists, such as Dave Lynn. This was about fifteen years ago but because of pressures on Ted’s personal time and the fact that other clubs provided venues on the Saturday night, the Club is closed Saturdays, apart from occasional special events.
It is possible that Ted could proclaim the Club to be by Royal Appointment. The story goes that one evening four young men arrived wearing male garb but faces made up as girls. One or two of the patrons thought they recognised one of the heirs to the throne and later they were spotted being whisked away in a car bearing HRH.
In fact Ted’s is host to many Queens and Kings if you think about it, so no big deal.
Ted’s has visitors from all over the world and caters for all T girls at whatever stage they are at. There are changing facilities in the loos but you must get there at opening time before the rush starts and I warn you it is very cramped.

http://www.tedsplaceuk.co.uk


Teds Place: The best midweek venue in town
Night Out (Club)

Open from 7pm to


he club opening time is 7.00 pm with last orders 2.00 am closing 2.30 am.

Entrance fee £5.00

Ted has now been running his club since 1990 and it is a firmly established venue for T girls and their admirers every Thursday night. He also runs a more chilled out evening on Sundays.
Thursday night is well known by the established community but there may be many newcomers who are unaware of one of the premier meeting places in London.
I wrote an article about two years ago on Teds Place for a magazine and append a slightly amended version below so that you can get the flavour of the evening.


305a North End Road,
Fulham,
W14 9NS
0207 385 9359


The Friendliest Place in Town.
Thursdays TS TV Disco Night
Admirers welcome
London's top Night Club
for TG's and their friends


TED’S PLACE

Hidden away in Fulham, west London, is one of the scene’s best known bars.
Walking down the North End Road, you won’t see flashing lights and bouncers outside the door of one of the oldest venues for trans people. In fact, you could walk past the entrance without knowing it was there. For those in the know, there is a big sign in the window in red proclaiming:-

OPEN
305

Described as the ‘Friendliest Place in town’ it provides a unique meeting place for T girls, friends and admirers every Thursday night from 7 pm to last orders at 2.00 am.
The staff are wonderfully friendly and you are warmly welcomed by Ted,
who will invariably greet you with ‘Hi Babe. How’re doing?’
The club is in the basement and is a blend of bar and disco with music mixed by resident DJ Dennis (who also DJ’d at Ron Storme’s club in Stepney).
The club started in 1945 and was originally run by Ted’s uncle as The Sports Supporter’s Club, through to 1990, when it closed. If it hadn’t been for a chance remark by Ted’s mother, as they were walking past, that the premises were empty, the Club as we know it would never have evolved.
Ted had been running the bar and functions at The Hurlingham Club, in Fulham, and decided that he had the right experience for taking number 305 on. Ted’s Place was born. It ran as a general bar until 1992, when it became a women only club (Fannies), which won the Women’s Best Bar Award in the Pink paper for two years running.
Along with the regular evenings, there were Blind Date and Karaoke nights and Ted found that a number of T girls were coming along. He tells me that he had read an article in the Beaumont Society magazine and decided to start advertising in Time Out Thursday and Saturday nights for T girls and their friends. On Saturdays he arranged cabaret, with well known artists, such as Dave Lynn. This was about fifteen years ago but because of pressures on Ted’s personal time and the fact that other clubs provided venues on the Saturday night, the Club is closed Saturdays, apart from occasional special events.
It is possible that Ted could proclaim the Club to be by Royal Appointment. The story goes that one evening four young men arrived wearing male garb but faces made up as girls. One or two of the patrons thought they recognised one of the heirs to the throne and later they were spotted being whisked away in a car bearing HRH.
In fact Ted’s is host to many Queens and Kings if you think about it, so no big deal.
Ted’s has visitors from all over the world and caters for all T girls at whatever stage they are at. There are changing facilities in the loos but you must get there at opening time before the rush starts and I warn you it is very cramped.

http://www.tedsplaceuk.co.uk/



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Teds Place (Sunday, April 10, 2016)


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Interesting as ever !


Teds Place (Thursday, March 31, 2016)


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The evening didn't really start going till about 10.30 ish and was probably quieter than usual. So a couple of us gurls wandered down to 'The Elm' and then 'The Goose' for a while till the party got going. We eventually each found an admirer to our taste xx


Teds Place (Thursday, March 24, 2016)


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A wonderful evening at Ted's Place, one of the better nights! It was busy, good ratio of straight men and tgirls, great music, entertaining bar staff and so much fun! It's nice when a girl can sit at the bar and be treated like a proper lady, that's what it is all about. Luckily there were several men who understand this and that made it a successful evening. See you soon, Ted! xx


Teds Place (Thursday, March 17, 2016)


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Well Ted was looking suitably bronzed after his well earned holiday in Mexico. The evening started off quietly, I arrived at 9pm and was the first there and the party didn't really start getting going till about 10.45.

There were eventually so many admirers there, many more than usual; I think about 3 guys per gurl tonight. I usually manage to attract someone's eye and tonight was no exception; I eventually left a tad early with one special admirer, tottering on my 5" heels along uneaven pavements through the streets to his car and we..........!!!

Roberta xx


Teds Place (Sunday, March 13, 2016)


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was as always a great night always a very friendly safe place for all girls



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