Professor Green has opened his first nightclub in London's Leicester Square, with the aim of bringing an 'East End club [to] the heart of the West End.'
The British rapper, 29, has teamed up with celebrity mixologist Gerry Calabrese, owner of hipster hangout The Hoxton Pony, to open INK club in the heart of central London.
Named after the pair's love of tattoos, the fifth floor club will play a blend of urban and rock 'n' roll music and also offers partygoers the chance to indulge in good food and music under one roof.
Calabrese's signature cocktails will use locally sourced ingredients and homemade syrups, while sharing platters will be the order of the day.
The club will be open from 6pm to 3am seven days a week, and it launched this week with a celeb studded bash with Laura Whitmore, Diana Vickers. and of course, the future Mrs Professor Green, Millie Mackintosh on hand to support her fiancé.
Taking interior decorating inspiration from the tattoo world, artwork from cult inkers Nikole Lowe and Neil Ahern will go on the walls and the club is decorated with graffiti murals.
Millie Mackintosh told The Mirror she was suitably impressed with her future husbands efforts, 'I'm so proud of what he's achieved here. He's really brought back the true feeling of the West End...I am in love with this place. I think I will end up spending most of my married life here!'
AND THE BEST RESTAURANT IN BRITAIN IS…
DAVID BECKHAM'S RESTAURANT TAKES 2,500 BOOKINGS IN 4 HOURS
REVIEW: BRITISH AFTERNOON TEA AT THE BALCON, LONDON