The Weekender: Six exciting things to do in London

The Weekender: The top five coolest things to do in London | Soho House

A writing workshop, a special funk and soul night, and a Beach House party

Thursday 13 October 2022        By Soho House

1. House Party: freestyle with BPM and friends at White City House
We are back for another installment of House Party at our favourite west London venue, this time featuring BPM Crew and special guests. 

To book this event for you and your guests, click here


2. Words We Write: crafting character with Sheila Atim at 180 House
Join award-winning actor and playwright Sheila Atim (The Woman King, Doctor Strange) as we uncover how you can make characters your own, and the key components of a standout script.

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The Weekender: The top five coolest things to do in London | Soho House
The Weekender: The top five coolest things to do in London | Soho House

3. Steam Down at 180 House 
This is the second in a three-part monthly series with Steam Down, an artist collective, weekly event, and pivotal part of London’s flourishing jazz scene. Each night involves multiple late-night live improv sessions from Steam Down, with DJs supporting into the early hours. 

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4. Craig Charles: funk and soul party at 180 House
Enjoy a special night of music with legendary actor and DJ, Craig Charles. Having appeared in everything from Robot Wars to Red Dwarf, Charles has now grounded himself as a funk and soul icon, with 10 years of broadcasting on BBC Radio 6 Music. 

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The Weekender: The top five coolest things to do in London | Soho House
The Weekender: The top five coolest things to do in London | Soho House

5. Beach House Party at Brighton Beach House
Meet us at the Pool Bar as we host the Beach House Party: expect drinks, music, and dancing into the early hours.

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6. Soho House x We Are Parable: Black Is Love at White City House
Award-winning film exhibition company We Are Parable has collaborated with Soho House to present two films in October that celebrate Black love, accompanied by performances, talks, and a creative workshop. 

If Beale Street Could Talk and a spoken word performance
Based on the 1974 novel from James Baldwin and directed by Academy Award-winner Barry Jenkins, If Beale Street Could Talk is a love story that focuses on Tish and Fonny, whose lives take an unexpected turn when Fonny is wrongly incarcerated soon after they are engaged, with Tish doing everything she can to prove his innocence. Before the film, there will be a short spoken word performance.

Poetic Justice and a flower arranging workshop
John Singleton’s follow-up to Boyz N The Hood sees him give a voice to African-American women: Janet Jackson is magnetic as Justice, a poet grieving the loss of her partner. After the film, Shirley Blossoms founder Teanne Andrews will lead a flower arranging workshop.

To book If Beale Street Could Talk, click here
To book Poetic Justice, click here

 
The Weekender: The top five coolest things to do in London | Soho House
The Weekender: The top five coolest things to do in London | Soho House
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