Celebrity chef supperclubs for charity
Restaurateurs including Murano’s Angela Hartnett are taking part in a ‘Celebrity Supperclub’ in aid of Terrence Higgins Trust, the UK’s largest HIV and sexual health charity.
On Tuesday 1 November, 60 of London’s top restaurants, including Scott's, Hakkasan, Hibiscus and Galvin La Chapelle, will host simultaneous dinners to raise funds for the charity.
Participating restaurants will donate a lavish dinner to one table of eight-to-12 of the charity’s supporters, each of whom pay £150 to attend (excluding drinks). The meals vary from restaurant to
restaurant, but usually include a welcome glass of fizz or a house cocktail.
After supper, guests will be chauffeured to Café de Paris for a glamorous after-party, where Champagne and cocktails will flow freely.
Tickets must be booked in groups and cost £150 per person, including transport and all after-party drinks. For tickets and further information about how to take part, go to