Get full membership of the Pluralists Club for ONLY £240 per month

Join The Pluralists Club today

  • You'll get free membership of Brydges Place in London when you join The Pluralists Club
  • Access to ALL our PluralistCast events - EVERY Tuesday & Wednesday (5.30pm) and Friday (4.30pm) 
  • Masterclasses - helping Pluralists to explore and master new skills to boost their pluralist career
  • Insight evenings - learn from the experiences and inspirations of other pluralists 
  • Monthly influencer talks from David Smith (Sunday Times Economics Editor) and Charles Burbeck (Stock Market expert)
  • Network with Club members - make new contacts, share ideas and earning opportunities and discover new directions
  • Attend social events including dinners, wine tastings, quiz nights, and more...
  • Be part of our monthly Stock Market, NED and Angel Clubs
  • Join our online community on Wild Apricot

Become a member

Included in your membership

(3 events every week for only £240 a month)


12 - 15 events each month

Get FREE access to ALL our PluralistCast events onTuesday, Wednesday and Friday evenings at 5.30pm


2 per month

We have developed a series of Masterclasses covering topics that will help you to develop your pluralist life

Insight Evenings

3 - 4 per month

Learn from the experiences and insights of other Pluralists who have built their own successful pluralist careers

Social Events

2 - 3 a month

We host regular social events where we network, share ideas and enjoy some downtime (quiz night, cookalong curry night, comedy, wine tasting to name a few..)

New Opportunities

An on-going benefit

Find your next career move and discover new opportunities you might not have previously considered including C-level, advisory board and NED roles

Special events

6 times a year

We hold regular in person lunch or dinner events at our Members Club at Arboretum London - an opportunity for members to meet, discuss opportunities and network

Meet our Members

Pluralists come from a wide variety of backgrounds, although there are some common characteristics.

  • An existing successful career in business, professional or academic life
  • An ambition to take charge of their lives and enjoy working and being active for as long as possible
  • Believing they have skills and talents to offer other organisations and people
  • A desire to stay in or return to a working environment, but in a position of authority and with autonomy over their life
  • Avoid the tedium of "retirement"
  • A desire to earn money and/or satisfaction from their Pluralist activities
  • Wanting to build a new network of valuable contacts with whom they connect and can work with 

Typical Pluralists emerge from the following categories

  • Cashed out entrepreneurs
  • Entrepreneurs planning to sell their business 
  • City professionals wishing to escape the rat race
  • C-Level executives looking to move on from corporate life 
  • People returning to work after a career break




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