So you have a virtual business address in London - but what is there to do here in Soho?
Not only is our City Virtual Hub in the heart of London, it’s in the heart of bustling, vibrant Soho, London’s creative hub.
Whether you’re looking for some relevant material to tweet out to your social media, making recommendations to a client or want to visit yourself, we have some Soho recommendations for you.
Laugh out loud comedy at the Soho Comedy Club
This intimate comedy club down Drury Lane is host to a wide range of newcomers, and you’re bound to find something new every week. Artists come each week to test new material while comedians that have been on the scene for years also make a regular appearance. From intellectual commentary by John Gordillo to the feisty commentary of Susan Murray, there’s bound to be something for everyone at the Soho Comedy Club. Check out the website here: http://www.sohocomedy.com/
Music with style: Jazz at Ronnie Scott’s
An institution at Soho since 1959, Ronnie Scott’s is home to a host of jazz musicians each night. From Soho Jazz Wednesdays to chilled Sunday sessions there’s something new daily. Fancy some fine-dining alongside music? Well not to worry – even the Pizza Express in Soho has jazz nights. Book your Ronnie Scott’s night here: https://www.ronniescotts.co.uk/
Fun Film Festivals with SohoCreate
Soho is the heart of London’s creativity, and every year has festivals to flaunt it. Last year’s SohoCreate festival saw the creative industry converge on Soho, with everything from workshops to family-friendly activities. This year it is running from 6th – 10th June - follow @SohoCreate for this year’s updates.
Shopping in Style at Liberty
Even the shopping offers something different at Soho. On Soho’s periphery, Liberty is a Tudor-revival building easily accessible from Oxford Street or Piccadilly Circus. The iconic store is a boutique lover’s delight, with everything from haberdashery to florists and spa-goods. Whether you are purchasing or just looking to browse, Liberty is the culmination of all the boutique-y shops in the Soho area.