Soho, like any great place in any great city, has a thousand stories to tell. Her narrative voice is one of interconnectedness.
Historically, she has united the language of the streets with the language of the privileged, and played a fundamental role in modernising British culture.
But now, with gentrification spreading through her limbs her voice is becoming polarised. Where will the people go that make her what she is?
Soho can’t exist without her subcultures – they’ve been the lifeblood pumping through her veins for over 100 years.
Watch this space. We are going to delve inside her and explore, through nuance, how corporatism goes against everything she stands for…
Words by Ray Kinsella Photos by Ki Price