Our private members’ club is like no other. It’s a home from home in a Grade I listed Georgian townhouse in the heart of Soho.
The club exists to bring together a community of people who are invested in creating a fair and equal society, whilst breaking the cycle of homelessness through our integrated Employment Academy.
We encourage and enable our members to connect, discuss, create and exchange ideas.
If you are interested in membership or coming to look around our House, please get in touch with Lorna, Calum and Shelly in our membership team via firstname.lastname@example.org or on 020 3011 1864.
The club at The House of St Barnabas is a private members’ club like no other. It is a creative, innovative and cultural space that’s been carefully curated for the continually curious and people motivated by positive social change.
The club is a social enterprise. Membership fees and donations facilitate the work of our Employment Academy, supporting people affected by homelessness in London to find and thrive in lasting paid work.
If you’d like to chat to one of our membership team to find out more, please get in touch with Lorna, Calum Shelly via email@example.com, or give them a call on 020 3011 1864.
|House member||£675 pa or £56.25 pcm||£100|
|Under 35s||£300 pa or £25 pcm||£100|
|Lifetime||£6000 (one off)||£1000|
|Corporate||£675 pa||£to discuss|
All individual memberships are subject to a one-off joining fee of £250 and a suggested annual donation of £100. Prices shown are inclusive of VAT. Company membership packages start at £675 per person, with a joining fee for the organisation of £500. Membership fees can be paid annually, or monthly, via a direct debit. Membership subscriptions are yearly.
The club at The House of St Barnabas is a social business, wholly owned and operated by our Events Ltd trading subsidiary. All profit generated by the trading subsidiary is gifted to the charity, supporting our Employment Academy and our vision; to create a future where sustained employment is a reality for people affected by homelessness. The remaining funds needed to operate the charity are generated by traditional fundraising; donations from our members and others, grant-making trusts, corporate donations and fundraising events. Thank you for helping us to make this vision a reality.
To apply for membership please fill out the form below.
Please include the names of two proposers who are existing members of the club. They should be people who are known to you personally and would be happy to submit a written endorsement of your application. However, don’t worry if you do not know two existing members. In this case. please note “no proposer” in the spaces marked “proposer” and “seconder”. This will not affect your application. The membership team will be in touch to invite you for a coffee to get to know you better.
To apply for company membership, please get in touch with our membership team. You can reach Jen, Beth and Shelly via firstname.lastname@example.org or on 020 3011 1864.
INSIDE THE CLUB...
A home filled with music, art and culture for members to relax, work and play.
We encourage and enable our members to connect, discuss, create and exchange ideas. Our diverse programme of members’ events includes intimate live music performances, regular DJ sets, a skills sharing breakfast club, lunchtime lightening talks to share ideas and invite collaboration, a monthly supper club to spark irreverent and relevant conversation, plus comedy, poetry and theatre.
Retreat and rest, bring friends and colleagues or seek inspiration and a new train of thought. Surround yourself with a changing roster of beautiful and thought provoking contemporary art, and an eclectic genre and decade hopping club soundtrack.
Monday - Friday 8am - 1am
Saturday 12pm - 1am
The club is an adult only space except for Saturdays, when children are welcome until 7pm.
Our restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner until 10pm
Food is also available throughout the club in our lounges and courtyard garden.
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020 7437 1894
Note: the restaurant is for members only
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