Today, the UK’s leading HIV and sexual health charity, Terrence Higgins Trust will hold it’s 15th annual event, The Supper Club. Up to 50 of London’s top restaurants and caterers – including Cafe Murano, The Dining Room at The Goring and Gauthier Soho – donate tables for members of the public to host parties for a dozen of their closest friends.
Sarah Harding has just been revealed as the star performer at The Drury Club after party, which is sponsored by 6 O’Clock Gin, and Graham Norton, Henry Holland and Russell Howard are just some of the big names who will play host to their friends, at London’s top restaurant’s.
You too can dine like a celebrity by hosting your own dinner. Tickets are £175 each, which includes dinner followed by cars provided by Gett, from the restaurant and entry to the after party at The Drury Club. As each meal is donated by the restaurant all proceeds go directly to Terrence Higgins Trust.
Through generous support this event has raised an amazing £1 million since 2001, for the vital work of Terrence Higgins Trust. The charity was the first in the UK set up in response to the AIDs epidemic, and has been at the forefront of the fight against HIV ever since. Terrence Higgins Trust leads public and political support for HIV and sexual health issues, and campaigns to eradicate stigma and discrimination.
Participating restaurants include:
Avista (Millenium Hotel Mayfair)
Babylon Restaurant at The Roof Gardens
Caramel Room at The Berkeley
Le Chinois Restaurant and Bar
Le Pont de la Tour
Sake No Hana
The Colony Grill Room
The Dining Room at The Goring
The Five Fields
The Lyttelton at The Stafford