We need places where intelligent people can come together to talk freely and without fear of retribution. Good ideas depend on it. That’s what the UnHerd Club is all about.
Down a beautiful side street in London’s Westminster, half way between Westminster Abbey and St James’s Park, a Victorian building has been converted into something completely new.
On the ground floor is a restaurant — the Old Queen Street Cafe — serving delicious British food from 8am until dinner, every day. On the top two floors is UnHerd, the breakaway digital publication.
And up the staircase, filled with portraits of independent thinkers from across the ages, is the club, consisting of a cosy bar and a large library where we hold talks, discussions, interviews, debates, seminars, lectures and much more.
Members who can’t make it in person join online live, and can ask questions and take part — or enjoy the events afterwards in video or podcast form.