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‘Dumb Money’ is a social media-age Robin Hood tale

Filmmaker Craig Gillespie’s finance comedy tells the real-life story of 2021’s viral GameStop vs Wall Street saga in a way that’s actually digestible

Why ‘Fremont’ is the film of the year

The drama about an Afghan woman in California sees British-Iranian filmmaker Babak Jalali beautifully depict the experience of displaced individuals

Inside the Soho House Awards 2023

Here’s what you missed at DUMBO House in New York for the second year of our awards, powered by Porsche

Meet the winners of the Soho House Awards 2023

From Emma Corrin and Ayo Edebiri to Thom Browne and Mae Martin, introducing all the talent who collected Golden Picantes at last night’s ceremony at DUMBO House

59% Gen Now Award 2023

For the second year in a row, Daniel Kaluuya has partnered with Soho House to champion the current generation of talent tipped to make waves in the future

There’s no place like home for ‘Babylon’ star Diego Calva

Hollywood may have come calling, but as our first Latin American House gets ready to open, the actor reveals why – for him – all roads lead back to Mexico City

‘The Blackening’ turns traditional horror tropes on their head

By putting Black people and culture at the centre of the narrative, Tim Story and Dewayne Perkins’ new release reframes – and reclaims ¬– the classic slasher

Why ‘Scrapper’ isn’t just a grey tale of working-class Britain

Charlotte Regan’s debut film about a girl on a London estate perfectly balances cynicism and idealism with themes of grief, humour and hope, says Hanna Flint

Soho House x Porsche presents Highway to House: Episode four

As our North American Houses celebrate 20 years, we went on the ultimate road trip from LA to New York , bringing you member-recommended hotspots along the way

‘L’Immensità’: a movie to make a song and dance about…

Emotionally charged and aesthetically beautiful, plus an iconic dance sequence, Penélope Cruz’s latest film is a surprising delight, says Hanna Flint

Soho House x Porsche presents Highway to House: Episode three

As our North American Houses celebrate 20 years, we went on the ultimate road trip from LA to New York to bring you member-recommended hotspots along the way

Take a ‘Joy Ride’ around our cinemas this August

One of the sexiest films of the year has arrived. Hanna Flint reveals all the reasons you should book in to see it at our screening rooms now

Soho House x Porsche presents Highway to House: Episode two

We’re celebrating 20 years of our North American Houses with a once-in-a-lifetime road trip

Soho House x Porsche presents Highway to House

To celebrate 20 years of our North American clubs, we collaborated with the car brand

‘Barbie’ is glitteringly kitsch – it’s also beautifully human

In the hands of writer-director Greta Gerwig, what could have been a superficial joyride is something far more affecting

‘Squaring The Circle’ is a paean to the lost art of album covers

This week, the new Anton Corbijn documentary and a bizarre take on the superhero genre, ‘Smoking Causes Coughing’, are the films to watch in our screening rooms

My Life in Music: Mae Muller

Following a Secret Sounds performance at White City House, the singer-songwriter recalls the moments that cemented her love of music and performing

The summer edition of the Soho House print magazine is here

From the ultimate party in Hong Kong to the 25th anniversary of Babington House, there’s plenty to celebrate in the new issue

The new ‘Mission: Impossible’ is a surprising cinematic feast

Thanks to Tom Cruise’s death-defying stunts and Christopher McQuarrie’s directorial prowess, you’ll be on the edge of your Soho House screening room seat

‘Asteroid City’ hits our cinemas this month, and it’s a must-see

This week, our film columnist Hanna Flint pays homage to Wes Anderson’s ability to use dead-pan humour in grappling with the messiness of humanity

It’s midsummer, so revisit ‘The Wicker Man’ at our cinemas

The cult classic is screening across a selection of our UK Houses this month – book now to be sure not to miss it

James Norton treads the boards at our London Houses

The British actor is currently on stage in the capital for the hit adaptation of ‘A Little Life’, so we took him for a post-show Picante crawl in Theatreland

John Waters’ ‘Hairspray’ still stands the test of time

As we celebrate the 35th anniversary of the musical with special screenings around the Houses, Hanna Flint explains why it remains a cinematic delight

‘Mad About The Boy’ proves Nöel Coward was the original multi-hyphenate

A new documentary celebrating and chronologising the work of the prolific British talent is now screening at the Houses

Soho House Festival 2023 playlist

Get in the mood for a good time with Pete Tong, Honey Dijon and others from our festival’s biggest artists

Inside Russell Tovey’s art-driven approach to interior design

The British actor and podcaster welcomes us into his east London home to talk art, design and his love of Soho Home

How two members from across the generations are finding their pride

Marco Alessi is a 29-year-old film director and screenwriter; Quinton Jenkins is a 65-year-old community activist. Here, they tell us what pride means to them

You’ll want to be a part of this Little Mermaid’s world

As the new Disney reboot hits screens at our Houses, Hanna Flint explains why Halle Bailey’s Ariel is an important step for Hollywood

‘Reality’ is a thrilling take on government whistleblowing in the US

Showing in our Houses from Saturday 3 June and starring Sydney Sweeney

Jeremy O. Harris scales the heights at Soho House New York

As one of the most important literary voices of his generation, he has the world at his feet. Paul Flynn meets the playwright and Soho House member in Manhattan