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Coworking London, The Trouble Club

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The Trouble Club is part workspace, part event space set in the heart of busy Soho in Carnaby Street’s Kingly Court.

 

The space puts on nightly events for a ‘new generation of women’, which include talks on gaming, art, politics, sex, science and money, with notable speakers including Guardian columnist Hadley Freeman, plus Bonnie Greer, Heather Brooke, Caroline Criado-Perez and more.

 

 

There is free wifi, tea and coffee, and workspaces for members from 10am – 6.00pm. Book via the website.

 

Events are the heart of the club and members are encouraged to make the most of the high profile guests invited to speak. Tickets sell out quickly. To see current listings and to book visit the website

 

It’s a one off payment of £10 to register and £10 per month thereafter for standard membership.  You can redeem this £10 against an event, or hot-desking.  To find out more about the various levels of membership visit the website: www.thetroubleclub.com.