House 10: The unmissable things to book in the UK this week
Check out some of the exciting events happening across our Houses
Monday 28 March 2022 By Jess Aureli
1. Charlotte Mensah: empowering women through beauty
British-Ghanaian hair artist, Charlotte Mensah, invites some of her closest female friends in the beauty industry to celebrate womanhood and motherhood, in celebration of Women’s History Month.
Book this event for you and your guests here.
2. Soho Rising: Berwyn
For this edition of Soho Rising, we welcome Trinidad-born singer, rapper, and songwriter, Berwyn, who was nominated for Best Newcomer at the MOBO Awards, and whose 2021 mixtape Demotape/ Vega was shortlisted for the Mercury Prize.
Soho Rising, supported by Bowers & Wilkins, is our platform for championing the best emerging talent around, giving you the chance to see the stars of tomorrow first. Please note: the performance starts at 9pm, but this event is open on a first-come, first-served basis. Please arrive early if you wish to attend.
To reserve a spot, click here.
3. James Massiah presents: Rada, Tyson, and Ms Carrie Stacks
Thursday night creativity is on the cards as poet and musician, James Massiah, presents a coming together of friends and artists.
Book places for you and your guests here.
4. House Comedy: Desiree Burch live from White City House
Our regular monthly stand-up show in Studio A, hosted by Slim, welcomes American comedian, actor and TV presenter, Desiree Burch, alongside Josh Jones and Javier Jarquin.
Please note: doors open at 6.30pm, for those who wish to eat or drink. The show starts at 8pm.
Book your place here.
5. House Party: Moxie and Bradley Zero
Head to the House for DJ sets from NTS favourite, Moxie, who’s joined by Rhythm Section founder, Bradley Zero.
Book the House Party for you and your guests here.
6. Five: Action Against Hunger dinner
Chefs Angela Hartnett (Murano), Anna Haugh (Myrtle), Adriana Cavita (Cavita), Candice Brown (The Green Man), Sally Abe (The Pem), and mixologist Monica Berg (Tayer + Elementary) prepare a five-course menu to raise money for Action Against Hunger. The global non-profit works to ensure everyone has access to food, clean water, training, and healthcare.
Reserve your spot at this dinner here.
7. House Tonic: would I wine to you?
In this wine tasting with a twist, you sort the fact from the fiction. Our panel of special guests have the answers, but only one is true. Antipasti boards will be served alongside the wine tasting and there are prizes up for grabs.
For more information and to book, click here.
8. Sing for your supper
Show off your musical theatre talents as our House pianist and musical director are on hand to help you fulfil your West End dreams. Members are invited to perform a solo song or get involved with a group number. And to sweeten the deal (because stage fright is definitely a thing), anyone who performs two solo songs will receive a dinner on us.
Reserve your place here.
9. Book Club: The Vegetarian by Han Kang
The Vegetarian by Han Kang is the focus of this month’s Book Club. It’s centred around a Korean woman who decides to renounce meat, which sends shock waves through a community that rigidly adheres to convention.
To take part in this event, book here.
10. Soulful Sundays: Ahomka takeover
Offering fresh and authentic takes on food from around the world, Soulful Sundays is back by popular demand. It showcases the most exciting Black-owned restaurants and chefs in the UK, alongside DJs to give your Sunday afternoon a party feel.
Click here to book a spot.