Hugh Bonneville hosts Action Against Hunger's Fine Wine and Art Dinner.

Fine Wine and Art Dinner

Join us at our flagship annual gala event to enjoy some Michelin-starred food and help stop hunger in its tracks.

We’re delighted the annual Fine Wine and Art Dinner is returning this year on Saturday 12 November at the stunning 1 Lombard Street.

It’s set to be another fabulous evening with chefs Atul Kochhar and Dastaan, special host Hugh Bonneville and much more to be announced soon.

Join us for an evening of fine wine kindly provided by Liberty Wines, good food and incredible prizes at the 16th Fine Wine and Art Dinner.

Please contact Claire Dalmaine, Head of Special Events, if you’re interested in buying a table, donating a prize to our live and silent auctions or sponsoring the dinner.

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About the Fine Wine and Art Dinner

Now entering its 16th year, the Fine Wine and Art Dinner is our annual flagship gala event. Each year, 200 guests are exclusively invited to join us for a night of Michelin-starred cuisine and entertainment. Angela Hartnett, Tom Kerridge, Raymond Blanc and Heston Blumenthal are just a few of the world-class chefs who have cooked a four-course meal for guests, paired with wines by Liberty Wines.

The Fine Wine and Art Dinner has raised over £4 million for our work proving life-saving treatment to children around the world.

The Committee

  • Angela Hartnett MBE
  • Bill Knott (Food and drink writer)
  • David Gleave MW (MD, Liberty Wines Ltd.)
  • James Chase (Head Ambassador, Chase Distillery)
  • Mark Hix MBE
  • Peter Nagle
  • Richard Hodsden (CFO, Dabbl)
  • Robin Hutson (Chairman and CEO, Lime Wood Group and Home Grown Hotels)
  • Sam Hainsworth
  • Soren Jessen (Restaurateur, Jessen & Co.)
Halima and her mother Fatuma in Somalia. Halima recovered from life-threatening malnutrition thanks to the support of Action Against Hunger.

How your support makes a difference

Because of your generosity, we're able to reach thousands more children around the world suffering from life-threatening hunger. Children like Halima. It takes just six weeks to save the life of a severely malnourished child and nurse them back to health.

Read Halima's story