No one was hurt in the blaze at the Greek Street club on March 18, but the house was closed for a short period to allow for cleaning and to prepare for repairs. It opened its doors again on Tuesday May 8.
The Grade 1-listed townhouse in Soho has been run as a charity to help those affected by homelessness since 1862, and has been home to a not-for-profit members club since 2013.
The venue also runs an employment training programme, with a goal “to create the strongest community of people invested in creating a fair and equal society, where lasting work is a reality for people affected by homelessness”.
The employment academy has continued as usual, despite the recent fire, with the current participants of the Employment Preparation Programme graduating on May 3.
Sandra Schembri, the CEO of the House of St Barnabas, said: “We are thrilled to welcome our members back into the House and we are soon to welcome the next round of participants on to our Employment Preparation Programme.