The House of St Barnabas Sessions
Date: Tue 24 July 2018 19:30 – 22:30
Allman Brown, influenced by the likes of Bob Dylan, Tracy Chapman and Bruce Springsteen alongside a wide range of literary writers and filmmakers, recently released ‘1000 Years’ – a record that brims with emotions, varying styles and heart-on-sleeve lyrical honesty. Whilst growing up in Hong Kong, Brown discovered and embraced musical visionaries such as Ryan Adams, Justin Vernon and Sufjan Stevens. His single ‘Sweetest Thing’ achieved numerous high profile Spotify playlists as well as support from BBC Radio 2, and reached 15 million streams by the end of the year, opening him up to new audiences around the globe.
Supporting is Karima Francis who has toured the UK and Europe extensively with her captivating performances. She has graced major stages, supporting such artists such as Paul Simon, Stereophonics, Jack Savoretti, Patti Smith and Amy Winehouse.Book Now
How Should Fashion Move Forward From Me Too?
Date: Wed 25 July 2018 19:00 – 20:30
Price: £11.73 – £17
The #metoo movement started in Hollywood but soon allegations from the fashion world started coming to light unveiling a bigger picture of deep-rooted problems, particularly between models and photographers.
The Fashion Debates returns for an evening of discussion at the House of St Barnabas members’ club, on what needs to be done for the industry to move forward, led by an expert panel:
Leanne Maskell – Model, activist and author of The Model Manual
Lauren Sharkey – Fashion journalist. Read her latest #metoo piece on “How Fashion Failed To Confront Its #MeToo Moments” HERE
Why did these assaults go unreported for so long? How do we turn allegations into affirmative action? Is boycotting offenders effective? What measures need to be put in place to prevent future incidences? We’ll be covering these vital questions, plus come with your own questions to put to the panel.#fashiondebates
Under the Covers with Elizabeth Enfield
Date: Wed 25 July 2018 19:30 – 21:00
One love story.
A million possibilities.
Join us for Under the Covers, with author Elizabeth Enfield discussing Ivy and Abe, “the most romantic book of this year you won’t want to miss.” Elizabeth will be chatting to our resident bibliotherapist Ella Berthoud, author of The Novel Cure.