Sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust raised a record £80,000 at last night’s Supper Club in Central London.

The annual event saw more than 40 chic dinner parties taking place simultaneously in the capital’s best restaurants and private homes.

After dinner, guests were chauffeur-driven to a party at Café de Paris for Grey Goose vodka cocktails, champagne and an exclusive performance by The Puppini Sisters.

Other high profile guests included Cameron Mackintosh, Tom and Amber Aikens, Bobby Davro, West End stars Preeya Kalidas and Clive Rowe and cast members from Holby City.

Restaurants and caterers who took part in this year’s Supper Club include: China Tang, Last Supper, Annie Fryer Catering, Galvin at Windows, Hakkasan, Nahm, Eight Over Eight and Claridges.

All the restaurants and caterers involved donated their services free of charge to raise funds for the charity.

Debbie Holmes, director of fundraising at Terrence Higgins Trust said:

“The Supper Club has had amazing support this year from over 500 guests, 40 restaurants, some famous faces and Kiehl’s our event partner.

“HIV is the fastest growing serious health condition in the UK and the money raised will go directly towards our vital work supporting people living with, or affected by HIV and AIDS.”