Culfords Club members receive invitations to exclusive events from musical recitals to art talks and special dinners.
Piano Recital by Yuki Negishi
We are delighted to welcome Yuki Negishi, who has performed at venues across Europe, Japan, China and the USA as well as giving over 500 performances in the UK. She has been broadcast on BBC Radio 3, ITV and Channel 4, and has released a number of albums including music by Chopin, Kapustin and the world-premiere recordings of Melanie Spanswick’s “Enigma”.
An Improbable Journey: Music, Money, and the Law
Join us for the launch of An Improbable Journey: Music, Money, and the Law by Charles Lubar. An insider’s view on blockbuster deal-making and part cultural tour de force, An Improbable Journey is a one-of-a-kind, deeply textured account of how some of the greatest artists of all time pushed to realize their greatest ambitions—with the help of Charles Lubar.
Bee Talk with Paula Carnell
Paula Carnell is an author, consultant, educator, guest speaker and podcaster helping people learn beekeeping through multiple avenues. An international Bee expert and author of “A to Bees” & “Bees in Bhutan”.
Paula comes to Auriens Chelsea to share her expert knowledge of the world of bees. Following this mesmerising talk, Culfords Restaurant will be open for dinner with a delicious Honey themed menu. Reservations are required and available from 6 – 9pm.
Alfresco Wednesday evenings in August
Dine with us in our beautiful garden oasis at Auriens Chelsea for our series of alfresco Wednesday evenings, taking place on August 9th, 16th, 23rd & 30th. Enjoy a sumptuous A la Carte menu, created by Head Chef Matt Tsistraki, accompanied by live music. Reservations are required and available from 6 – 9pm.
Wimbledon Afternoon Tea
Enjoy the screening of the Women’s Final alongside a special Wimbledon-themed afternoon tea in the garden at Auriens Chelsea on Saturday, 15th July. Just choose between a simple cream tea or the full Afternoon Tea. Alongside a selection of teas from our tea library, champagne and Pimms will also be available.
In Conversation with Bill Wyman
Former Rolling Stones bass player Bill Wyman joins author and journalist, Catherine Fairweather to discuss his new book Bill Wyman’s Chelsea: From Medieval Village to Cultural Capital. Although best known for his music, Bill has pursued many other interests since leaving the Stones in 1993. Bill is an avid archivist, collector, photographer and author, who has kept diaries since a young age. He also has a great interest in history and archaeology, and has carried out extensive research on the London neighbourhood of Chelsea, where he has lived and worked for much of his life.
Tickets are priced at £45 and include a welcome drink, the talk and a set 3-course menu served in Culfords restaurant at Auriens Chelsea from 7.30 pm.
This literary event is hosted at Auriens Chelsea in London and is part of the Mayfair Times Literary Festival.