Queens Ice Club opened its doors for the first time, in London’s Bayswater, on 3 October 1930.

It was the brainchild of arctitect, builder, speculator and entrepreneur A.O. ‘Alfred Octavius’ Edwards, who amongst his many interests had a passion for ice skating.

Queens was Edwards’ second ice rink, the first being ‘The Grosvenor House Ice Skating Rink’ in what today is the Great Room in London’s Grosvenor House Hotel.

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Queens Ice Dance Club | 17 Queensway | London | W2 4QP | Tel: 020 7229 0172

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