About Soho House

Our members are like-minded people with creative souls, and Soho House is a place to have fun, meet and grow

Soho House began in London's Greek Street in 1995, when founder Nick Jones was offered the space above his restaurant, Cafe Boheme. It could only be accessed via a small door, inspiring Nick to turn the townhouse into a members’ club for the local artists and actors who ate downstairs.

Today, we have members and Houses around the world, as well as restaurants, spas, workspaces and cinemas.

We aim to be a platform that fosters creativity in all its forms; a place where people can share ideas and make connections in physical and digital spaces, while upholding our values of diversity and respect. 

This ethos drives everything we do, from events and experiences, to mentor programs and initiatives.
 
A white slogan on black background saying We Have Not Done Enough. We Commit To Change. On it.

We have listened, learned and had important conversations about what we need to do to make Soho House more inclusive and representative of the BIPOC community. This is our pledge to you