This not-for profit members' club is a grand old Grade 1 listed house slap-bang in the middle of Soho. It nails a nice line between distinguished and arty, and the beautiful interior never feels formal or stuffy. Music and arts figures like Andrew Weatherall, Jarvis Cocker and Gilles Peterson have strong ties with the club, so you might well catch one of them performing there if you're lucky, but if not, just enjoy the upmarket food and drink, or simply lounge around and soak up the atmosphere.
The House of St Barnabas
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1 Greek St
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Things to do
Are You in Love with Your Phone?
Grace Dent heads up the latest panel discussion in the BUG talk series which focusses on the state of society's obsession with smart phones. Selfies, social media and sexting will all be covered and questions regarding whether we have become less emotionally...Talks and lectures Tuesday September 8 2015Read more
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Homelessness charity the House of Barnabas are opening up to the public once more with their fantastic fundraising initiative: a week long festival of arts, music and culture. The setting is exceptional, a combination of 19th-century chapel and Grade...Festivals Monday September 21 2015 - Sunday September 27 2015Read more
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A truly wonderful place - it's difficult to find anything to say that's not dribblingly complimentary... House of St Barnabus is a stunning, Grade 1 listed house on Soho Square, full of nooks, art and comfy furniture. It has a beautiful, leafy garden (that appears in A Tale of Two Cities, no less). The food is great, the bar is wonderful and the staff are lovely. It's all in support of a truly inspirational charity that helps homeless people back into work. And membership is significantly less than most London clubs. You should all join immediately.