Our ethos at Madame Soho is about the representation of people, place and culture across space and time. Our vision is to capture the spirit of Soho both past and present, filter it through our lens and connect to the other Sohos of the world that encompass a similar aesthetic.
Fashion, Art & Culture: Madame Soho and Members of London’s Trans Community collaborate to form House of Trannies
Weaving our way through the city beneath the concrete overcoat that drapes east London, we follow the A2 and race towards a looming black cloud. As we exit the metropolis the sky caves in; but it’s bearable – the repetitive beat and anarchic vocal of Patti Smith’s Rock and Roll Nigger fills the
Phil Barton, owner of independent record store, Sister ray sat down to talk to Madame Soho recently about the shop’s historic roots, Soho’s changing landscape and the future of the physical music format. Sister ray is synonymous with Soho as it reflects the area’s primitive history of underground music scenes, its
In Conversation: Kiss FM founder Tosca Jackson talks to madame soho about Acid House, the lawless 80s and Soho’s subcultures
Music visionary, Tosca Jackson sat down recently to talk to Madame Soho about his role in orchestrating the pioneering dance radio station, Kiss FM. As we settled down at a table in Soho House and switched on the voice recorder, the music connoisseur detailed a whole range of topics from