Similarly, last year we invited several artists to decorate the Club with so-called ‘micro provocations’, which included some rather out-there posters encouraging the banning of tea and cake and the installation of real foliage in the sauna, as well as the sound of seagulls on the intercom.
We believe that it is especially important that the Club offers an environment which can inspire people to become involved in the arts, as we have seen first-hand the capacity they have to transform lives and how they can provide an escape for those growing up in difficult circumstances.
It is therefore very encouraging that the APPG on Arts, Health and Wellbeing has been able to confirm this, and we hope that the Creative Health report can help focus minds on the value of the arts, and consequently help us all be happier and healthier.
If you would like to inquire or enrol either yourself or your children on one of our courses, please call the Club reception on 020 7343 1700. Courses are available to all, including non-members, and in most cases, previous experience is not necessary.