Welcome to London’s first and only charity members club. Where your membership helps fund our work to break the cycle of homelessness.

The Club

We're home to some of Soho's most unique spaces. The House is built in an eclectic mix of styles; our Silk Room takes its name from its original 19th century wall coverings. We’ve got one of the most elaborate examples of Rococo plasterwork in London in our Drawing Room; and we have the largest private garden in Soho. Our walls feature some of the best modern art including Damien Hirst, Jean Michel Basquiat, Tracey Emin and Roy Lichtenstein. Whether you're here for business, inspiration or to socialise with friends, there's a space to suit you.

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An unrivalled cultural calendar

Immerse yourself in a curated calendar of cultural events, from intimate art soirées to thought-provoking discussions to live gigs in our Chapel. The House of St Barnabas is a canvas where creativity meets conscience. Our events program is unrivalled. We work with some of the world’s best talent–Banksy, Flohio, Gaika, Annie Mac, Charlie Dark and Jack Guinness are just a few of the people who help shape our cultural programme.

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Breaking the cycle of homelessness

Being part of the House of St Barnabas is more than simply being a member - Your membership helps to fund the transformative work of our Employment Academy and influencing work, supporting people to break the cycle of homelessness. We help people to rebuild their lives with a secure job, a secure home, a secure network. Our members support us through becoming employer partners, mentors and sharing the message about homelessness to their friends. Money spent in our club also goes towards funding our unique model.

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Inside the Club

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The Drawing Room

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The Bazalgette Room

The Dickens Room

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The Garden Room

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The Garden

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The Soho Room

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The Silk Room

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The Chapel

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Membership Benefits

  • Bring up to 3 guests every time you visit the House
  • Access to the largest private garden in Soho
  • Free or exclusive members discount for all events in our cultural programme
  • View our contemporary art collection and get invites to our art parties
  • Get preferential rates on venue hire at the House
  • Carefully curated food and drink menu, regularly refreshed for the freshest flavours
  • Discount at Jeeves of Belgravia dry cleaning and concierge service
  • Exclusive tickets from our event partners and Soho neighbours
  • Preferential room rates at Hazlitt's Hotel Soho
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Joint Membership

  • Our newly launched Joint Membership gives you access to everything our House and community has to offer, with the added bonus of sharing it with your person
  • We know that your person could be anyone, our Joint Membership isn’t limited to partners or people you live with
  • Joint Membership applies to our House and Under 35 levels. Submit your joint application by February 1st and we’ll waive both joining fees – collectively saving £700. Don't miss out.
  • Membership fees apply to both members, and are payable annually or by monthly direct debit
  • To join add the name of your second member in the promo code on the application form

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House of St Barnabas members can only visit when we're closed.

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