Souvenir by St Vincent

A champagne bar with a difference


Veuve Clicquot And St. Vincent have commissioned a team of creative collaborators to bring a new dimension to the ’Souvenir’ bar, these include fashion designer Matty Bovan, mixologist and champagne cocktail expert Pippa Guy, Plant- based creative studio Plates-London and design collective Rotganzen.

22 – 23 November from 4pm to midnight
6A Langley St, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9JA
Free entrance, over 18s only


This part speakeasy, part sensory space will embrace the celebration and pleasure of enjoying a glass of Veuve Clicquot through the sights, sounds, smells and emotions.

St. Vincent’s role centred around the atmospheric experience of the bar itself, thinking about what people will eat, drink, see and hear. She will also play  with the notion of unexpected characters and appearances, being present in the space and performing roles that can surprise and delight, bringing emotion to the centre of the experience.

Taking her own musical background, St. Vincent has designed Souvenir’s soundscape. It has been created as one of the key elements of the overall experience, serving as a further stimulation of senses, working with a unique mix of sounds designed to trigger a memory and feeling of past, present and future.

To celebrate the collaboration, Clos19 has created a unique ‘Souvenir’ set including a Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label magnum bottle (1.5L) and six Veuve Clicquot yellow stem glasses, available for a limited time only.
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