Homeless charity the House of St. Barnabas run this non-profit members' club, where the membership fees are used to fund the organisation's Employment Academy. The Academy provides training and mentoring for homeless people with the aim of helping them find work.
The club has a bar and restaurant run by Benugo as well as a private garden. The music programme includes events by founding members Giles Peterson and Rob Da Bank. The georgian Grade I listed building also houses an art collection with works by Yinka Shonibare MBE, Tracey Emin and Rankin.
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The House of St. Barnabas is a private members' club with a difference. Entirely non-profit, it's run by the Barnabas charity, and money goes into training homeless people to get jobs in the hospitality sector. For visitors, aside from joining as a member there are talks on social issues (Roisin Murphy on feminism), gigs curated by Giles Peterson and Rob Da Bank (who also happen to be founder members), and exhibitions. The permanent art collection has works by the Chapman Brothers, Tracey Emin and Damien Hirst among others.