Art & Culture


The House of St Barnabas is a charity and venue in the heart of Soho. Since its foundation as a charity in 1846, The House of St Barnabas has strived to realise its vision of a future where sustained employment is a reality for those affected by homelessness. The work of the charity is supported by the not-for-profit member’s club, which launches in 2013. The Autumn Culture Series looks forward to this exciting phase in the history of The House of St Barnabas, and invites new and old supporters to re-connect with the charity.


In the inimitable setting of the House of St Barnabas chapel, Gilles Peterson will present three great talents for the first in the musical series- Nick Mulvey, Eska and Ayanna Witter-Johnson. In November, Andrew Weatherall’s showcase will welcome Beth Orton to the stage, returning this Autumn with her first album since 2006. She will be joined by Pete Molinari and Johnny Trunk. And for the first in The Mighty Big If Conversationalist Series, Richard Strange will host an evening of chat and entertainment with actor, musician and Spandau Ballet founder, Gary Kemp.

'It’s a great opportunity to showcase some of the UK's most exciting and talented musicians in the most incredible venue, right in the heart of London, whilst simultaneously enabling The House Of St Barnabas to continue its important work. Eska is Britain’s number one hidden secret!' (Gilles Peterson) 

Giles Peterson Kicks off the season on 16th October.
For tickets and info on all of the events checkout the St Barnabas website.