Dining With The Stars

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Banking Hall, EC3V 3ND
Corporate events

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On the night

Four-Michelin-starred chefs will come together to create an unforgettable feast of jaw-dropping flavours and melt-in-your-mouth moments.

This year’s chef line-up will be announced over the coming months. Last year Lisa Goodwin-Allen of the Northcote joined Simon Hulstone of the Elephant, Alyn Williams of Alyn Williams at The Westbury and Jean-Philippe Blondet of Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester to create a truly memorable evening.

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Jodie Kidd

After passing £1m raised for the Bobby Moore Fund’s vital bowel cancer research in 2019, the 2020 event will be hosted at the stunning Banking Hall in the city.

Guests will enjoy a bespoke 4 course meal with each course created by a different Michelin starred chef. The evening will include a live music performance from a critically acclaimed artist (previous performers have included Natalie Rushdie and Cerys Matthews) and entertainment from our celebrity hosts.

There are a limited number of tables available so book your place today. Tables of ten are priced at £4,750.

All chefs that have taken part in Dining with the Stars

Adam Simmonds           

Alyn Williams (Alyn Williams at The Westbury)

Angela Hartnett (Murano)

Atul Kochhar (Kanishka)

Claude Bosi (Claude Bosi at Bibendum)

Daniel Clifford (Midsummer House)

James Knappett (Kitchen Table)

Jean-Philippe Blondet (Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester)

Jockey Petrie (The Ramsay Group)

Lisa Goodwin Allen (Northcote)

Michael Wignall  (The Angel Inn, Hetton)

Peter & Jonray Sanchez-Iglesias (Casamia)

Richard Bainbridge (Benedicts)

Simon Rogan (L'Enclume)

Simon Hulstone (The Elephant)

Tom Sellers (Restaurant Story)

Tom Kitchin (The Kitchin)

Tommy Banks (The Black Swan at Oldstead)

The Bobby Moore Fund

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Bobby Moore was just 51 years old when he died. Shortly after his death in 1993, Bobby’s widow Stephanie Moore MBE set up the Bobby Moore Fund in partnership with Cancer Research UK to fund pioneering bowel cancer research.