“She was looking for trouble… And she found it”. If your kind of trouble involves exciting talks and debates, drinking with like-minded intelligent women and professional networking, you’ve come to the right place! Landing on Lexington Street on November 6th, The Trouble Club is a pop-up members club for women set to take the city by storm.
By day, it’s a dynamic space to work, with desks, sofas, wifi and freely flowing tea and coffee. And by night? Expect a host of fantastic speakers discussing everything from football to sex via videogames, contemporary art and HR. Yes, it’s THAT eclectic. Speakers include luminaries and movers’n’shakers such as Mary Beard, Bonnie Greer and Hadley Freeman – suffice to say it’s a wish list of inspiring women – all handpicked by The Trouble Club’s uber-connected hostesses.
The original Trouble Makers are the Evening Standard‘s Londoner’s Diary editor Joy Lo Dico and multi-talented wearer of many hats (PR, theology, branding…) Zara Shirwan. The duo’s Little Black Books are pretty much gold dust and The Trouble Club is set to become the place to be seen, mark our words. Ready to cause trouble? We thought so.
The Trouble Club opens Thursday 6th November at 10 Lexington Street, London W1, with talks on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings. Membership £10. For more information, see The Trouble Club’s website. Follow on Twitter @TheTroubleClub.