The Delaunay Presents

AN EVENING WITH...

Each month The Delaunay will play host to an intimate evening with some of the leading stars of the stage, screen or written word (and sometimes all three), as they share the secrets to their success.

Taking place on Sunday evenings every month from March, we invite you to join us for these exclusive events, showcasing the stories behind some of the leading names in the world of theatre, film, TV and the creative arts.

Each event will be hosted by veteran journalist, Tim Wapshott, who will lead the conversation with our guests to draw out their unique stories – and there will also be opportunities to put questions directly to the star themselves. Our first event was with award-winning actor, Hugh Bonneville and our second was with acclaimed writer, director and actor, Simon Callow. Our next event will be announced to our mailing list in due course.

Priced at £79 per person, tickets include a bespoke three-course dinner and a welcome drink; and all guests will get a copy of the menu to take home.

Tables are available for 2, 3 or 4 people – and the maximum table size available is for 4 people, this is to ensure all guests have an unobstructed view of our guest.

If you miss out on tickets, we will be running a waitlist in case any tables become available nearer the time.

Event Dates

  • Sunday 19th June
  • Sunday 17th July

Past event - Simon Callow

24th April

Past event - Simon Callow

24th April

From starring in ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’, to touring his one-man shows around the UK, acclaimed writer, actor and director, Simon Callow¸ will join us on Sunday 24th April for an intimate evening where he’ll reveal the secrets to his success over the last five decades.

Past event - Hugh Bonneville

20th March

Past event - Hugh Bonneville

20th March

With a career that’s earned numerous accolades and awards, Hugh is perhaps best known for playing the Earl of Grantham in ‘Downton Abbey’, as well as appearing in the BAFTA award-winning comedy W1A, iconic films such as ‘Notting Hill’ and ‘Paddington’, and stints behind the scenes as writer, producer and director.