Tickets Tickets to our cultural events
Date: 1st July - 16th September
Price: £15 – £38.50
For seven Saturdays over July, August and September 2017, guests can join us for an afternoon of summery sounds, accompanied by two-for-one courtyard cocktails (12:00-14:00) and the option of a delicious brunch (served 12:00-15:00) from The House of St Barnabas’ kitchen.
Soak up the afternoon sun in the peaceful atmosphere of our historic garden, to a smooth soundtrack from the likes of Soho favourites The Royal Organ Duo and Brazilian songstress Nina Miranda, with DJ sets from House residents including Crispin Dior and Lulu Le Van (see full line-ups below).
Your ticket includes one refreshing House cocktail on arrival (non-alcoholic options are available). All proceeds from these events go to The House of St Barnabas’ Employment Academy, helping people affected by homelessness back into work.
Are you a member? Get in touch if you’d like to book brunch, or pop in as usual to enjoy the music!Book Now
The House of St Barnabas Art Tour - September 2017
Date: Tuesday 19th September 2017
The Collective at The House of St Barnabas showcases the work of emerging and established contemporary artists in a programme of visual art conceived to inspire and uplift. The Collective encapsulates the essence of The House of St Barnabas, in its ethos of collaboration and its commitment to nurturing talent.
Join us for our next art tour, where you will be guided through our new hang, with guest exhibitions from The Photographers Gallery, Flowers Gallery and Anima-Mundi, as well as works by Justine Smith, Tim Garwood and Navine Khan-Dossos. The collection also features donations and loans from celebrated artists such as founding member Hew Locke and artists including Tracey Emin, Jeff Koons, Damian Hirst, Peter Liversidge, Mark Titchner, Yinka Shonibare MBE, Cathy de Monchaux and The Chapman Brothers.Book Now
Open House 2017
Date: Sunday 17th September 2017
Open House London is the capital’s largest annual festival of architecture and design. Now in its 25th year, it is a city-wide celebration of the buildings, places, and neighbourhoods where we live and work.
1 Greek Street is a Grade I Listed Georgian townhouse in London notable for its rococo plasterwork interiors. The House of St Barnabas is a charity that has operated from this building since 1862, helping those in necessitous circumstances.
The charity’s current model is to run a social enterprise, a not-for-profit members’ club with an integrated Employment Academy, helping those who have experienced homelessness and social exclusion back into lasting paid work.
Aside from monthly tours, the House is usually open to our members only, making this a rare chance to take a peek inside at the grand Georgian interiors and discover the House’s long history. Whilst you’re enjoying the beautiful surroundings of our Georgian townhouse, why not take a moment and join us for a cup of tea and cake in the hidden courtyard garden.
Soho Rising: The Muses Invade Manette Street
Date: Tuesday 3rd October 2017
This will be a unique, one-off show in London featuring a stripped down, semi-acoustic set by the Doctors of Madness, their last London show of 2017.
It will see Richard’s return to the Chapel of St Barnabas for the first time since his acclaimed A Mighty Big If conversations, which featured Richard in conversation with artists such as Peter Capaldi, Brian Cox, Marc Almond, Cornelia Parker, Mike Figgis, Robert Wilson, Gavin Turk and Kate Tempest, to name a few.
The show will take place in the beautiful chapel at The House of St Barnabas. Doors open at 6:30pm, the event will start at 7:00pm and finish at approximately 9:00pm.
#19: If Cyclists are so Great Why Does Everyone Want to Kill Them?
Date: Thursday 19th October 2017
Bradley Wiggins, Laura Trott, Boris Bikes, Fixies, Bromptons, empty cycle lanes, bike snobs… it’s never been cooler to be a cyclist.
But what does the popularity of bikes and the way we ride say about us?
If Cyclists are so Great Why Does Everyone Want to Kill Them? is a panel discussion looking at the tribes and tensions surrounding modern cycling.
Featuring smug cyclists, vexed motorists and astute social observers, If Cyclists are so Great Why Does Everyone Want to Kill Them? aims to sort out the psychopaths from the cycle paths.
This will be the 19th event in the ongoing series, 37 Things You Need To Know About Modern Britain, which is a partnership between BUG and The House of St Barnabas, forged from a mutual desire to examine modern life and popular culture.Book Now