We have a range of beautiful historic rooms that are available for your parties, corporate events, celebrations and dinners.

100% of the surplus venue hire fee goes directly towards supporting the Employment Academy within our private members’ club and helps us on our mission to break the cycle of homelessness.

From meetings to drinks receptions to exclusive venue takeovers, we would love to help create your perfect event. All of our spaces are also available upon request for photography and filming.

Browse our function rooms for private hire below and contact our dedicated planning team to put together an exquisite occasion with ease. 

Download our Hire brochure – Venue Hire at HoSB.

Food is at the heart of all memorable events.

We’re able to cater to a wide range of tastes and preferences. No matter how formal or informal your plans, our Head Chef and hospitality team can provide a menu that works for you – including excellent vegan and vegetarian options, plus fresh herbs grown in very our own garden.

Whether your culinary style is croissants and coffee, beers and bowl food or a lavish sit-down dinner, we’ll work with you to create an unforgettable menu.

Make an enquiry



Email the Private Hire Team at [email protected] or call on 020 3011 1852 to get started.

Read our guide to Private Hire at the House of St Barnabas during COVID-19.

Non-members are welcome to book private events.

Our Rooms

The Dickens Room

Named after Charles Dickens in recognition of the historical connection between the House and A Tale of Two Cities, the Dickens Room is a warm and inviting hire space that lends itself perfectly to private dinners, for celebrations or “just because”.


18 guests seated
20 guests standing

The Drawing Room

Overlooking Soho Square and featuring dramatic 18th century rococo plasterwork, the Drawing Room is an excellent space for larger drink receptions and parties, networking, corporate events and functions.


25 guests seated
60 guests standing

The Bazalgette Room

Once the office of Sir Joseph Bazalgette and now redecorated by the team at Liberty of London, this room provides a historical yet quirky setting for smaller corporate events, networking, meetings, photoshoots and filming.


15-20 guests seated
25 guests standing

The Silk Room

The Georgian Silk Room is the club’s main boardroom, taking its name from its original 19th century wall coverings. With the beautiful board table as its centrepiece, the room offers members and non-members alike a discreet and striking space to meet by day or dine by night.

Private dining available.


14 guests seated
20 guests standing

The Monro room

It was in 1846 that Dr Henry Monro, a young physician and lawyer, first established the ‘House of Charity’. The inviting warmth and gently spotlit art in our stylish Monro Room make this corner of our club the perfect space for intimate soirées.

The Monro Room is also available to hire in conjunction with the Garden Room for larger standing functions.


50 guests standing

The Garden Room

The Garden Room is airy, bright and nature-themed and comes equipped with its very own disco ball. It’s the perfect spot for a drinks reception or party – and maybe some dancing too! The space also enjoys direct (but non-exclusive) access to the largest private garden in Soho.

The Garden Room is available to hire in conjunction with the Monro Room for larger functions.


50 guests standing

The Glynne Room

The Glynne Room is named after Catherine Gladstone (née Glynne). Catherine laid the foundation stone in our Chapel, and in her lifetime established the concept of free convalescent homes. This spacious and bright meeting room is our main boardroom space at the House – with its plasma screen and natural light, it is the perfect venue to hire for corporate meetings and small team building away- days.


20 guests seated

Private Dining

The House of St Barnabas offers inspiring private dining spaces within our beautiful Grade I Listed townhouse.
Enjoy a relaxed, informal evening and delicious dishes prepared by our Chef.

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