The best global events from across our Houses this week
We cheered from the sidelines at Spotify Camp Nou, supported a good cause in Mumbai, and enjoyed cutting-edge musical talent
Friday 25 November 2022 By Soho House
Party season is in full swing, and there’s a lot going on around our Houses. To help you keep up, we’ve rounded up a few selected highlights from Barcelona, Mumbai, Brighton and London’s White City. Scroll down for an inside look – and don’t forget to check what’s coming up at your local House for the week ahead.
Soho Club House opens at Spotify Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona
Earlier this year, Soho House partnered with Spotify at the legendary Spotify Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona by creating a special lounge. Decked out with Soho Home furniture and a bespoke bar with House cocktails, Soho Club House opened its doors to football fans.
The Heavy Heavy performed at Brighton Beach House, in partnership with Bowers & Wilkins
The Heavy Heavy, a retro-inspired rock band led by Brighton locals Will Turner and Georgie Fuller, played an intimate set at Brighton Beach House. The English coast was as stormy as ever, but the Rock Room remained cosy and was crowded with appreciators of the band’s soulful sound with a contemporary edge.
Soho Rising with Dylan at White City House, London
As part of our Soho Rising series spotlighting the new wave of emerging talent, English singer-songwriter Dylan performed at London’s White City House. Having just finished touring with Ed Sheeran, Dylan swapped some of Europe’s biggest stadiums for the comfort of our more intimate stage.
Soho House Mumbai’s charity gala
Soho House Mumbai hosted its first-ever charity gala in support of Happy Feet Home Foundation, an organisation that supports children and young adults with life-threatening or life-limiting illnesses. As well as contributing by reserving tables, members were able to take part in an auction.
The creative community donated a lot of items to be sold, including a painting by revered artist M F Hussain and a creation by fashion designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Plus, Reuel Benedict and Drummond Money-Coutts provided music and magic. The charity gala and subsequent pop-up store raised more than £21,000 for Happy Feet Home.