Members' Sunday Social: A Night of Magic

Sunday 28th April, 7.00pm - 10.30pm

Join us for a magical evening in the Members' Club. There will be records playing, intriguing entertainment with an expert magician mingling through the crowd and of course, great company. A perfect opportunity to come along and meet other members. This event is complimentary. To book please RSVP your guest list to membersevents@olympiccinema.co.uk

Women's Breakfast

Friday 10th May,  9.00am - 10.30am

Our monthly inspirational women’s breakfast takes place in the Music Room. Expect nutrition for body and mind with a speech from a motivational speaker who will offer a thought-provoking start to the day. Join us at the breakfast table where we will hear from the wonderful, Charlotte Macleod.

Charlotte is an award-winning playwright. Her latest play, “Can’t Get You Out of My Head” was nominated for the BBC’s Audio Drama Award 2018. She is currently writing a Drama series and a single drama for BBC Radio 4, due to broadcast in late Spring. Her play "Eglantyne Jebb, The Woman Who Saved The Children", starring Joely Richardson and Helena Bonham Carter, and has Sue Perkins as the narrator, opens at The Roundhouse on 9th May.

Charlotte is The Barnes Film Festival Education Ambassador, and served on BAFTA’s Film and BAFTA’s Education and Event’s Committee. Charlotte founded The Script Factory, one of Britian’s first ever development organistions. She chaired The Script Factory Masterclasses, including filmmakers Charlie Kaufman, Anthony Minghella, Lone Scherfig and Alfonso Cuaron.

Charlotte’s comedy alter ego @chachawildthing is supported by thousands on Instagram.

Tickets are £15. To book click here.

*Please let us know of any dietary requirements

Olympic Spin: DJ Paul Harris

Saturday 11th May 9.00pm - 1.00am

Our Men's Gathering, a monthly fixture hosted by Steven Puente; an oral Historian, experienced therapist, and accomplished storyteller. Join us as we resume discussion and exploration in the “Art of Brotherhood” in the age of “Brexit”. All men welcome.
£5 donation on the night.

Rsvp to membersevents@olympiccinema.co.uk
 

Olympic Men's Gathering

Tuesday 14th MAY, 8.30pm - 10.00pm

Our Men's Gathering, a monthly fixture hosted by New York native Steven Puente; an oral Historian, experienced therapist, and accomplished storyteller.

Has there been a recent experience giving you pause to think, reflect and possibly question our modern ways of connecting? Join us as we resume our discussion and exploration in the art of Listening. Come to share your experiences in the spirit of brotherhood and develop strength through vulnerability. All men welcome.

£5 donation on the night. RSVP to membersevents@olympiccinema.co.uk

Creating Artists: Life Drawing

Wednesday 15th May, 7.45pm - 9.45pm

Discover your inner artist at our tutored life drawing classes. Developed for beginners to intermediates and taught by award winning creative David Thomas. There will be professional live artist models and an excellent playlist.

This sociable evening is designed to teach core drawing skills and to develop your abilities so you feel confident and happy with your own personal drawing style. You will be taught the fundamentals of nude figure drawing along with a variety of techniques and tactics to develop you into the confident creative artist you’ve always wanted to be.

Tickets £20 and include a glass of wine, served on arrival. To book click here.

Olympic Acoustic

Thursday 16th May, 7.30pm -9.45pm

Jam Sandwich presents an evening of conversation and song with three spellbinding songwriters. Featuring cinematic alt pop duo Hunger Moon, impressive young jazz musician Rosie Frater-Taylor and nuanced folk songwriter Campbell Sibthorpe.

Introducing incredible artists who deserve to be heard, you’ll experience live music from the heart. Hosted by local music curator and artist Lou Wellby, Jam Sandwich is dedicated to creating inspiring evenings for artists and music lovers across the city.

Tickets £10. To book click here.

Live Stand-Up Comedy

Wednesday 29th May, 7.45pm - 9.45pm

It's the beginning of our Edinburgh Preview Season! For the months of May/June/July we’ll have tasty previews of the finest shows that are going to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2019. This month: Helen Bauer & Ben Pope.

Helen is bringing her highly anticipated debut hour to the Fringe this year. She was a 2018 BBC New Comedy Award Finalist, and has been seen and heard on BBC Three, Comedy Central and Radio 4.

Ben Pope is a 'classy, stylish and accomplished' (Chortle.co.uk) stand-up comedian and returns to the Fringe this year with a show about work work work work work. 'Undeniably funny and a clear crowd favourite' **** (EdFestMag.com)

Tickets £10. To book click here.

A Mystical Night with Debbie Frank

Friday 17th May, 7.30pm - 9.00pm

Tap into the miracle mindset and discover how Astrology and Angels can heal your life. The evening will be hosted by Intuitive Astrologer Debbie Frank and Angel Emissary Stewart Pearce.

This fascinating talk will take you into the realms of the cosmos to connect with your Divine Blueprints and Angels. Debbie and Stewart’s talk is designed to accelerate your spiritual intelligence, heal challenges, and empower your connection to the cosmos which has miracle mindedness, love and grace at its centre.

This event is complimentary. To book please RSVP to membersevents@olympiccinema.co.uk

Meditation with Mairead

Tuesday 21st May, 8.00pm - 9.15pm

Connection. Conciousness. Creativity. Would you like to be able to ‘tune-in’ and connect to the real ‘you’ more? Would your life and relationships benefit if you could dive freely into a place of peace, calm and creativity to help you navigate and enjoy life more? Then come and join us on a fascinating, scenic journey of self-enquiry in a 60 minute self-enquiry meets meditation with our very own Mairead Murray.

In a warm, open group setting, you will learn techniques to improve the crucial connection to yourself which will in turn improve your connection with others expanding your consciousness, creativity and sense of joy. As well as being The Olympic Events & Membership Manager, Mairead is a qualified personal and group Kundalini meditation, breathwork and yoga teacher.

Tickets £15. To book click here.

Chris Kimsey Presents: Take Five Jazz

Wednesday 22nd May, 8.00pm - 10.00pm

Ben Payne and his quartet return to the Music Room for Chris Kimsey's monthly jazz evening.

Ben's inimitable sound is inspired by the greats: Chet Baker, Kurt Elling and Tony Bennet and is quickly establishing himself on the London scene with residencies in Notting Hill, Camberwell and Soho. Joining him are four of London's hottest young musicians who can be found regularly at Ronnie Scotts and the 606. They will amaze you with their flair and fierce playing, leaving you screaming for more.

Tickets £15. To book click here.

Soulwalk: A Walk with Purpose

Friday 24th May, 9.15am - 10.45am

Sometimes we just want to get out in nature and talk. To share our thoughts, concerns, feelings with someone without having to sign up for therapy or coaching. You may want a quick sounding board. Or, you may never have been to therapy or to see a coach. Well here’s a new way, come for a Soulwalk.

Slowly, and consciously we will walk for 90 minutes. Guided by Rach and Carmen we’ll have a qualified therapists and coach on hand to walk with you. Then it’s over to you. Share what you want or need to. Or don’t. But the space and support will be there from the Soulhub team. This will be an inspiring and positive morning of walking therapy. Rach Allan is a women's leadership coach, based between London and Bali. Together with Carmen Rendell, Founder of Soulhub and integrative therapist they have created an experience for others to find more peace and joy in their lives.

Meet in the members' Club for a coffee at 9.00am. Depart at 9.15am. Tickets £20. To book click here.

Chris Kimsey Presents Olympic Live Sessions: Bad Honey

Thursday 30th May, 7.45pm - 9.45pm

Bad Honey (Lydia Clowes & Teresa Origone) are a South London based duo. Influenced by a wide range of artists, from Lianne La Havas to James Blake, their sound is a delicate and dreamy combination of pure sounding vocals, catchy synths and bouncing beats, resulting in a blend of soul, pop and lo-fi electronics.

Bad Honey’s past singles received attention from BBC London, BBC 6 Music, and were playlisted on Spotify’s New Music Friday. Bad Honey have performed at The Roundhouse, The Waiting Room, OMEARA, The Jazz Café, Cheltenham Jazz Festival and Brainchild, have supported the likes of Little Simz, Gogo Penguin, Mamas Gun, Soweto Kinch & Deva Mahal and are set to play this year’s Love Supreme Festival.

Tickets £15. To book click here.