The Londonist: This Curry Restaurant Hasn't Changed In 60 Years, And Is All The Better For It
December 4, 2017
Its astonishing history puts The India Club firmly in 'semi-hidden gem' territory. The restaurant is where the India League used to convene in the capital, partly to placate homesickness, and partly to talk politics.
coverage on the national trust exhibition at 143 Strand:
London Live: India Club exhibition feature
January 29, 2019
London Live reports on the National Trust's exhibition on the India Club.
The history of the India Club in Westminster is being told through a new audio exhibition, using interviews from those who consider it a Home away from Home.
The venue, set up in 1951 for the UK's growing south Asian community, has continued to act as a meeting place and hub to this day.
Time Out: A Home Away from Home, The India Club
January 24, 2019
The India Club is one of the city’s most fascinating post-colonial relics: a bar, lounge and Indian restaurant (one of the UK’s oldest) that’s hardly changed in 65 years. This week the National Trust opens an on-site exhibition which explores its history and celebrates a London institution.
Museum Crush: The social history of the Indian diaspora at the India Club
January 17, 2019
The National Trust’s A Home Away from Home: The India Club is a site-specific ‘pop-up’ exhibition taking place inside the Strand club that shines a light on this rich social history and showcases the significance of the India Club as an important meeting point and community space.