"It’s an incredibly palpable and atmospheric experience, a feast for the senses." Staff member Maria Mendes reviews The Wicked Cometh.
We sit down with British Fashion Designer Lulu Guinness to talk this seasons must have, quick style tips and guilty pleasures!
You all know and love them; they're the ones who make you laugh in the morning, don’t judge you when you’ve left your wallet in the Club (for the third night in a row) and who always lend an ear when you need to moan or rant. Give it up for Front of House Supervisors Chris Gazzard and Fifi Homan.
Part of the magic of theatre is watching something in the moment, live and raw; once it’s gone, it’s gone. In a consumption hungry society, theatre critic Mark Shenton compares the different lives of TV and theatre critics.
Instructor Abbey Chambers talks to us about the importance of self-care.
Seedlip, the world’s first distilled non-alcoholic spirit.
"Walking Wounded” is both an exceptionally powerful and incredibly disturbing dance between fact and fiction tells staff member Maria Mendes.
We take a look back on an interview with current artist in residence David Ellingsen on what his work aims to communicate.
Current artist in residence Meryl McMaster tells us her key influences, self-discovery along with her love of day-dreaming and how she has created a partly fictional and partly real world that is expressed within her art as a way of releasing herself from life’s struggles.
On Wednesday 8th November, we were joined by one of the most recognisable faces of British television; June Sarpong MBE. Club CEO Sue Walter hosted the evening which explored June’s new book Diversify: Six Degrees of Integration. Here’s a look back over the evening…
We caught up with Emerging Creative Chris in the Loft Lounge and had a chat about his journey as a musician; his influences, what inspires him and where he is with his career.
Ahead of a busy month Mark Heywood, Michael-Walford Williams and Emily Man got together to talk about their returning club events aimed at giving creative freelancers an edge when it comes to business skills and financial planning.
Staff member Maria Mendes is intrigued “The House of Rumour” by Jake Arnott
A round-up of events throughout The Bigger Picture series.
Will Webb, from our Emerging Creatives programme tells us about his recent project.
Following on from Black History Month, member Karlina interviewed legendary singer Millie Small, as part of the Writing Salon. Read the interview here.
Hilary of Fashionbytes shares her thoughts on Fashion Sustainability.
Club member Mark Heywood who runs The Hospital Club's Writing Salon writes about the life of Arthur Wharton for Black History Month.
Club member Shola Asante writes about the life of Sarah Forbes Bonetta for Black History Month.
Edward Adoo talks to us about the Diversity in Radio and TV. Is it working?
Hannah Donald,Communications Manager for Not My Style tells us why shopping for local, sustainable fashion doesn't have to be difficult.
Jasper Rees from theartsdesk.com, our media partner for the 2017 h.Club 100 awards gave us a round-up of the evening’s winners.
Staff member, Maria Mendes, reviews last month's Book Club pick “Evening Primrose”
Founders of Play for Progress, winner of the 2017 h. Club Foundation's Philanthropic award, discuss their grassroots community-building charity and how you can support vulnerable teen refugees locally.
Anjhe Mules, Founder and Creative Director of London-based performance apparel brand Lucas Hugh, shares insight on how she envisions ‘The Future of Activewear’.
Ahead of her first presentation at London Fashion Week, h.Club Foundation Emerging Creative Nicola Brindle talks about the inspiration behind her past collections.
Theatre critic and member, Mark Shenton talks critical amnesia and being a repeat offender.
Staff member, Maria Mendes, reviews last month's Book Club pick 'Madness is better than defeat'.
CIF's Deputy Head of Research and Policy, Eliza Easton, champions the freelancers keeping the creative industries alive and kicking.