From The Beatles to George Best to Mick Jagger, the biggest names have descended on Tramp nightclub since its opening in the swinging sixties. 

And Penny Lancaster and Rod Stewart led the stars for the club’s 50th anniversary in Mayfair on Thursday night. 

Joined by the likes of Joan Collins, Michael Caine and Bill Wyman, the music legend, 74, and Penny Lancaster, 48, appeared in high spirits as they partied the night away. 

Fond memories: Penny Lancaster and Rod Stewart led the stars for Tramp nightclub's 50th anniversary in Mayfair on Thursday night

Fond memories: Penny Lancaster and Rod Stewart led the stars for Tramp nightclub’s 50th anniversary in Mayfair on Thursday night

Penny showed off her supermodel figure in a back and grey striped minidress, which she complemented with black court shoes and a velvet YSL clutch bag. 

Rod, meanwhile, displayed his typical debonair style in a white suit jacket, with a gold broach and snake embellished velour loafers. 

The Maggie May hitmaker proved he hadn’t aged one bit since his rock n’ roll heyday as he larked around wiggling his bottom for the cameras, while Penny giggled gleefully.  

Hollywood icon: Joan Collins, 86, meanwhile cut a glamorous figure in a black bardot dress as she headed to the bash with her smartly-dressed husband Percy Gibson

Hollywood icon: Joan Collins, 86, meanwhile cut a glamorous figure in a black bardot dress as she headed to the bash with her smartly-dressed husband Percy Gibson

Wow: Penny showed off her supermodel figure in a back and grey striped minidress, which she elevated with black court shoes and a velvet YSL clutch bag

Wow: Penny showed off her supermodel figure in a back and grey striped minidress, which she elevated with black court shoes and a velvet YSL clutch bag

Quirky: Rod displayed his typical debonair style in a white suit jacket, with a gold broach and snake embellished velour loafers

Quirky: Rod displayed his typical debonair style in a white suit jacket, with a gold broach and snake embellished velour loafers

Having a blast: Joined by the likes of Joan Collins, Michael Caine and Bill Wyman, the music legend, 74, and Penny Lancaster, 48, appeared in high spirits as they partied the night away

Having a blast: Joined by the likes of Joan Collins, Michael Caine and Bill Wyman, the music legend, 74, and Penny Lancaster, 48, appeared in high spirits as they partied the night away

Funny: The Maggie May hitmaker proved he hadn't aged one bit since his Rock n' Roll heyday as he larked around wiggling his bottom for the cameras, while Penny giggled gleefully

Funny: The Maggie May hitmaker proved he hadn’t aged one bit since his Rock n’ Roll heyday as he larked around wiggling his bottom for the cameras, while Penny giggled gleefully

Celeb hotspot: From The Beatles to George Best to Mick Jagger, the biggest names have descended on Tramp club since its opening in the swinging sixties

Celeb hotspot: From The Beatles to George Best to Mick Jagger, the biggest names have descended on Tramp club since its opening in the swinging sixties 

Joan Collins, 86, meanwhile cut a glamorous figure in a black bardot dress as she headed to the bash with her smartly-dressed husband Percy Gibson. 

The Hollywood legend had her wedding reception at the club, and was one of many;  Peter Sellers, Liza Minnelli and Ringo Starr also partied until the early hours after tying the knot. 

Michael Caine and his wife Shakira who met at the club back in 1971 also ringed in the 50th anniversary.  

Fashionista: Joan paired her black dress with a fur coat and silver beaded heels

Fashionista: Joan paired her black dress with a fur coat and silver beaded heels 

Back in the past: The Collins sisters adored Tramp, so much so that Joan's sibling Jackie based her book The Stud on the nightclub

Back in the past: The Collins sisters adored Tramp, so much so that Joan’s sibling Jackie based her book The Stud on the nightclub

Nuptials: The Hollywood legend had her wedding reception at the club, and was one of many; Peter Sellers, Liza Minnelli and Ringo Starr also partied until the early hours after tying the knot

Nuptials: The Hollywood legend had her wedding reception at the club, and was one of many; Peter Sellers, Liza Minnelli and Ringo Starr also partied until the early hours after tying the knot

Sweet: Michael Caine and his wife Shakira who met at the club back in 1971 also ringed in the 50th anniversary

Sweet: Michael Caine and his wife Shakira who met at the club back in 1971 also ringed in the 50th anniversary

Happy: The 86-year-old was determined to relive his youth. Dressed in a dapper black suit and holding onto his trust walking stick, Michael beamed as he made his way into the celeb hotspot

Happy: The 86-year-old was determined to relive his youth. Dressed in a dapper black suit and holding onto his trust walking stick, Michael beamed as he made his way into the celeb hotspot

Way back when: George Best's antics at the bar included punching Michael Caine and trying to steal Bill Wyman's wallet

Way back when: George Best’s antics at the bar included punching Michael Caine and trying to steal Bill Wyman’s wallet

Partying the night away: He once said: 'I used to live in Tramp. I was in there every night ¿ givin¿ it some of that!'

Partying the night away: He once said: ‘I used to live in Tramp. I was in there every night – givin’ it some of that!’

Dressed to impress: Joan and Percy were dressed to the nines for the huge anniversary bash

Dressed to impress: Joan and Percy were dressed to the nines for the huge anniversary bash 

Diamonds are forever: Joan ensured all eyes were on her, accessorisiing her black strapless dress with a diamond necklace and earrings

Diamonds are forever: Joan ensured all eyes were on her, accessorisiing her black strapless dress with a diamond necklace and earrings 

Old pals: Joan and Michael caught up over a nice glass of wine

Old pals: Joan and Michael caught up over a nice glass of wine 

Stunning: Shakira looked breathtakingly beautiful in a black beaded pencil dress

Stunning: Shakira looked breathtakingly beautiful in a black beaded pencil dress

Beauty: Natalie Dormer looked chic in a white suit and black lace camisole

Beauty: Natalie Dormer looked chic in a white suit and black lace camisole

Fond memories: Bill Wyman, 82, also received a coveted invite to the party

Fond memories: Bill Wyman, 82, also received a coveted invite to the party 

Cheerful: Felicity Hayward donned an extravagant sunflower hat

Cheerful: Felicity Hayward donned an extravagant sunflower hat 

He once said: ‘I used to live in Tramp. I was in there every night – givin’ it some of that!’

And the 86-year-old was determined to relive his youth. Dressed in a dapper black suit and holding onto his trust walking stick, Michael beamed as he mingled with the music and acting greats. 

Shakira looked breathtakingly beautiful in a black beaded pencil dress.

Launched back in December 18, 1969, the exclusive nightclub was the place where celebrities flocked to.

At £7.50 a membership (now £1,000 a year) the likes of Mick Jagger, Joan Collins, George Best and Princess Margaret frequented the nightclub in its heyday.  

Partytime: Mark Ronson, Nefer Suvio and Nick Rhodes were also in attendance

Partytime: Mark Ronson, Nefer Suvio and Nick Rhodes were also in attendance

Anniversary celebrations: Hazel Collins and Bill Collins also joined the festivities

Anniversary celebrations: Hazel Collins and Bill Collins also joined the festivities

Fashion forward: Vicky Lee turned heads in a silver foil dress and yellow silk gloves

Fashion forward: Vicky Lee turned heads in a silver foil dress and yellow silk gloves 

Launched back in December 18, 1969, the exclusive nightclub was the place where celebrities flocked to

Launched back in December 18, 1969, the exclusive nightclub was the place where celebrities flocked to

Star-studded: While nowadays the clubs attracts A-listers like Drake, Rihanna and Noel Gallagher, back in the day it was 'normal' to find the Beatles sitting next to the Rolling Stones

Star-studded: While nowadays the clubs attracts A-listers like Drake, Rihanna and Noel Gallagher, back in the day it was ‘normal’ to find the Beatles sitting next to the Rolling Stones

And the club has quite a history of badly-behaved celebrities.

While nowadays the clubs attracts A-listers like Drake, Rihanna and Noel Gallagher, back in the day it was ‘normal’ to find the Beatles sitting next to the Rolling Stones and Frank Sinatra. 

George Best’s antics at the bar included punching Michael Caine and trying to steal Bill Wyman’s wallet. 

The late Who drummer Keith Moon was also obsessed with Tramp, sobbing when he was barred. 

The star was black listed after he showed up to the club naked, strapped to the bonnet of his Rolls Royce, and proceeded to swing from a 17th century chandelier, ripping it out of the ceiling.

Having a blast: Rod posed with Daniel Lismore as he indulged in a glass of red wine

Having a blast: Rod posed with Daniel Lismore as he indulged in a glass of red wine 

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