Soho: Saints, Sinners and In-Betweeners

Date / time: 22 February, 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Soho: Saints, Sinners and In-Betweeners is a personal view of Soho.

I first came across Soho more than 50 years ago as a young student wandering the streets of London trying to make sense of this huge and fascinating city.

Despite its size and population, the city was really a set of contiguous villages each one having its own character.

None more so than Soho, the beating heart of Bohemian Life in this grand ever-changing metropolis.

A bewitching network of streets and dark corners where everybody and everything was not only welcomed but positively celebrated.

Time has inevitably changed the physical character of Soho, but nothing can dampen its siren cry to the disruptors and creatives who continue to feed the energy of this blessed streets.

– Chris Barlow, gallerist, art consultant and cultural explorer

This lecture will take place online and in-person at the University of Westminster, 309 Regent Street, London W1B 2HW

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