House of St Barnabas celebrate first birthday with retrospective

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House of St Barnabas celebrate first birthday with retrospective

The House of St Barnabas, a private members club and charity working to help the homeless, is celebrating its first birthday with an exhibition of photographs showing some of those who have visited the House.

Portraits of Jarvis Cocker and Doctor Who's Peter Capaldi are among those that have gone on display at the charity. The images were taken by portrait photographer Tom Oldham, who has taken pictures of those visiting the club.

London Live’s Dan Freedman was at the House of St Barnabas to explain more.


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