HIV and sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust raised a record £95,000 at last night’s Supper Club in central London. High profile guests who supported the event included Graham Norton, Russell Tovey, Theresa May MP, Gail Porter, Denise Welch, Cleo Rocos, John Partridge and Mark Gatiss.
This unique event, now in its tenth year, saw over 50 chic dinner parties taking place simultaneously in the capital’s finest restaurants and private homes. After dinner, guests were chauffeur driven to a party at the legendary Café De Paris for champagne and delicious Zacapa rum cocktails. Guests were also treated to exclusive performances by The Correspondents and DJ Danny Rampling.
Restaurants who took part in this year’s Supper Club include: Scott’s, Dean Street Town House, China Tang, Galvin La Chapelle, Bob Bob Ricard, Boundary and Lutyens. All the restaurants involved in the Supper Club have donated their services free of charge to raise funds for THT.
Debbie Holmes, Director of Fundraising at Terrence Higgins Trust said “Over 500 guests, including some famous faces helped us to celebrate ten years of The Supper Club. This year was as popular as ever with over 50 dinners taking place across the capital. HIV is the fastest growing serious health condition in the UK and all the money raised from the night will go directly towards our vital work supporting people living with, or affected by HIV, so we’re thrilled that the event was so well supported.”