House 10: The essential things to book in the UK this week
Tapas Tuesdays, Black History Month comedy and new talent in music – all at the Houses
Monday 3 October 2022 By Jess Aureli
1. Screen printing workshop at Electric House
Learn how to translate a graphic image into a stencil in this workshop that encourages patience and mindfulness. Simply bring along a silhouette of an image or typography that you would like to turn into a stencil.
To find out more, click here.
2. Future First: Azekel at 180 House
Future First is our regular Monday event focusing on the latest music with an exciting and cross-genre approach – and this week, we welcome Azekel. Originally from Nigeria, Azekel moved with his family to east London at the age of five, where he developed an early interest in numerous forms of music. Having collaborated with the likes of Gorillaz and Massive Attack, and heavily supported by Prince, Nile Rodgers and key publications, Azekel is setting the tone as one of the most exciting voices in the UK right now.
To attend Future First, please click here.
3. House Comedy: Black History Month special at Brighton Beach House
House Comedy celebrates Black History Month with performances from the best Black comedians on the circuit, featuring special guest host Aurie Styla. One of the hardest-working and funniest comedians out there, Styla is just back from a successful solo show at Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival. When he’s not filming or podcasting, he gigs live in major venues across the UK, Europe and the world.
Click here to book this event.
4. Tapas Tuesdays at Babington House
Head to the House for our weekly tapas night. Food and drink will be available to purchase on the night – no need to make a reservation.
To find out more, click here.
5. Mindfulness meditation workshop at 76 Dean Street
Experience the powerful effects of breathwork, focused attention and embodiment: this workshop is a chance to find stillness, deepen your self-awareness, and bring yourself back into alignment. Each month will offer further understanding into the art and science of mindfulness.
For more information and to book your space, click here.
6. Psychedelic Panel series: an introduction at Shoreditch House
In the first installment of our Psychedelic Panel series, we explore the past, present and future of psychedelics in medicine and science. Neuropsychopharmacologist Rayyan Zafar walks you through the ecosystem of this emerging sector and introduces you to the talk series covering the role of psychedelics in science, healthcare, politics and business in the 21st century. This event also welcomes two participants from clinical trials in which psychedelics were used to treat depression.
Click here to find out more about the series.
7. Pilates at White City Studio
An effective combination of classic Pilates moves linked together in a seamless flow, this session blends flexibility and strength training, improves posture and form, and supports you with training, toning, recovering, and in everyday life.
To attend this event, click here.
8. Future Bubblers Live series at Shoreditch House
Future Bubblers is the music talent discovery and development project from Gilles Peterson’s Brownswood Recordings, which spotlights talent from across the country and outside of London. Now in its seventh year, Future Bubblers presents a showcase of some of the very best talent that’s been uncovered across this time, launching with a four-part series featuring two live performances and DJs set. The series kicks off with a Midlands warmer: Madi Saskia and NeOne the Wonderer perform live, followed by a DJ set from Ella Knight.
To reserve a spot, please click here.
9. Supper Club: Faces From The East meets Spoons at 180 House
This is the first in a series of dinner events at 180 House, showcasing some of the most exciting independent practitioners in London. Faces From The East is a collaborative community made of UK-based Asian creatives, whose mission is to promote and showcase talent, as well as encourage thoughtful conversations around representation in creative industries – and it’s joining forces with acclaimed plant-based supper club, Spoons, to celebrate Indonesian food and culture. Rahel Stephanie first launched Spoons, a plant-based Indonesian supper club, in 2019, as a way to share delicious foods and little-known recipes from her country with friends.
Reservations for this event are booked in pairs, cost £35 per person, and include a three-course vegan sharing menu of Indonesian food.
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10. Future First: Lily Knott at Brighton Beach House
Future First is our regular event that focuses on the latest music with an exciting and cross-genre approach. For our first-ever edition at Brighton Beach House, we welcome Brighton-born Lily Knott. Knott continues to rise in the ranks of best new music, thanks to her debut EP ‘Sister Warned Me’, viral TikToks, and a sold-out headline show earlier this year at London’s The Social – and her fanbase only continues to grow.
Click here to book Future First.