House 10: The essential things to book in the UK right now
From Jarvis Cocker’s lofty treasures to cocktail workshops and wellbeing – all these and more happening across our Houses this week
Monday 22 August 2022 By Soho House
1. Jarvis Cocker: Good Pop, Bad Pop at White City House
The Pulp frontman's newest book centres around the jumble of objects he found while clearing out his loft. In it, he reveals and reflects on his creative process: writing and musicianship; performance and ambition; style and stagecraft. This intimate event kicks off with readings from Jarvis himself, before we delve a little deeper with a Q&A session in collaboration with Don’t Panic.
Tickets include a signed copy of Good Pop, Bad Pop.
You can book this event here.
2. Future First: Miso Extra at 180 House
Our regular Monday event focusing on the latest music with an exciting and cross-genre approach, welcomes Miso Extra – an artist who masterfully combines pop culture references to create her own addictive music blend, exploring themes surrounding femininity, female empowerment and her mixed heritage.
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Workshop: Calm your nervous system at 76 Dean Street
Many of the stresses of modern life manifest physically, in digestive problems, headaches, tight chest, sore throat, tension in your back, skin problems, and so on. However, we don't always think to find the emotional source of this stress. This workshop helps you better understand your body, recognise the signs of it going into high alert – and show you powerful ways to calm them when it happens.
To attend this workshop, please click here.
Summer cocktail workshop at 180 House
Learn how to make three seasonal cocktails with our amazing bar team. This evening session is £15 per person, which includes a welcome drink.
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Poolside barre at White City House
Feel the burn with a full-body workout using techniques drawn from ballet and Pilates, in which a combination of high reps and isometric holds build and strengthen long, lean muscles.
To attend this class, click here.
Comedy: Work in Progress with Lateef Lovejoy and Ria Lina at Brixton Studio
Exclusive comedy sets from some of the best stand-up talent around. This month, watch Lateef Lovejoy and Ria Lina try out new material for their highly anticipated shows.
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Panel discussion: The history and cultural impact of Notting Hill Carnival at 180 House
The Black Music Coalition presents an exclusive talk on the history of one of the most famous street festivals in the world – from its post-Windrush roots and impact on British culture to its post-pandemic future after two years away from the streets of West London. Hosted by BBC 1xtra’s Seani B, the panel features Treble T, and Shabaka Thompson, among others.
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The Rise Room at White City House
Experience an hour of bliss and depth, in which the combination of the breath and sound will form a magical potion of relaxation, healing and inner peace. Lead by breathwork facilitator Aimée Buchler and sound healer Nevita Tulsiani, The Rise Room focuses on helping people optimise their physical, nutritional, and spiritual wellbeing through personalised one-to-one sessions and programmes.
To reserve a spot, please click here.
Carnival Supper Club at Brixton Studio
Warm up for Notting Hill’s weekend festival with a night of Caribbean cuisine by Dinner At Sans, along with good music and great vibes.
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Fancy Farm takeover: Wright Brothers at Soho Farmhouse
The family-owned seafood specialists have been delivering great food and good times at Fancy Farm every Friday, Saturdays and Sunday throughout the summer and it’s not over yet. The special menu features oysters, shellfish platters, and seasonal seafood from sustainable suppliers.
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