A host of celebrities including, Nigella Lawson, Jim Broadbent, Jemima Khan and Harry Enfield, were among dinner party guests who took part in HIV and sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust’s ‘The Supper Club’ fundraiser last night.
The THT event, which is in its 14th year raised more than £90,000 to support people living with and affected by HIV. On the night guests attended 50 dinner parties at some of London’s most iconic restaurants, including Roast, Wilton’s, Polpo, Aqua Shard, and Scott’s, which all donated a meal in support of the charity.
Afterwards guests where whisked away to a star studded after party at the Underglobe where they enjoyed entertainment by British singer-song writer Chloe Howl, Britain’s Got Talent Semi-Finalist La Voix and boylesque troop Briefs. Guests were also treated to cocktails by 6 O’Clock Gin and took part in ‘The Supper Club’ silent auction, which boasted an array of bespoke foodie prizes, including a chocolate making master class with acclaimed chocolatier Paul A Young, dinner at home catered by Michelin-starred chef Angela Hartnett, and the chance to create a bespoke brownie flavour with Bad Brownie.
Sonya Trivedy, Director of Fundraising at Terrence Higgins Trust, said: “Thank you to everyone who has once again made ‘The Supper Club’ such a huge success and another night to remember. Each year our supporters came out in full force to help us raise awareness for the work that we do – and this year was no different. We are really lucky to have support from such exceptional people, who once again have helped us raise a phenomenal amount for people living with and affected by HIV in the UK ”