A nightmare in Berkeley Square!
The Annabel's Autumn & Winter 2017 Members' Events Programme contains exciting dinners, tastings, fashion shows, book launches and parties for Members and their guests to enjoy this season.
5 Minutes with Lucy Verner, Managing Director of Urban Caprice
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Thursday 8th June
Take a peek at the year ahead!
Annabel's Pop Up at the Women For Women Car Boot Sale
Talking ingredients, inspirations and the Annabel's dining experience
London Fashion Week Finale Party at Annabel's on Monday 20th February
Talking Dance Floor Fillers and more
Annabel's X Alex Eagle
Health and Wellness Goals in 2017
Charlotte Tilbury hosts a Legendary Dinner Party at Annabel's
Halloween at 46 Berkeley Square
A black tie dinner and catwalk show
mothers2mothers celebrate 15 Years of Wonder Women with Sophie Ellis-Bextor
Annabel's X Charlie Casely-Hayford
An Indian Summer Evening with Michelin-starred Gymkhana
The Summer White Party returned to Annabel's
By Alexander Summerfield, Senior Bartender
House of Hackney resdesign the Annabel's Terrace
The Gentleman's Journal review the Annabel's x Chopard Party in Cannes
All Saints performing live at Annabel's in May
Private Dining and Entertaining at Annabel's
VIP Screening and Dinner at Annabel's
Six Ways to Celebrate the Royal Birthday
by Helen Brocklebank
On Wednesday 2nd March Mr Mark Ronson took over the famed DJ booth at Annabel's and played a live intimate DJ set for Members and their guests.
From Monday 4th April
Photographs by Joe Woodhouse
A String of Naked Light Bulbs screened on BBC4 this February
This month the Prix Fixe menu returns
Ahead of the party season, luxury lingerie brand Agent Provocateur took over the Club for an exclusive catwalk show presenting their latest collection, AW15.
In November this year, Annabel's welcomed Giorgio & Plaxy Locatelli to the Club for an exclusive White Truffle Dinner.
To coincide with spy fever sweeping the nation as a result of Spectre, Annabel's hosted an evening of James Bond style and glamour.
This Halloween, the Rocky Horror Picture Show came to Annabel’s and transformed the Club into an isolated castle overrun with Transylvanians.
Prick up your ears (and nose!) around the end of September, and you will notice a scurried frenzy settle over London’s erstwhile-cool food scene.
The tradition of pantomime goes all the way back to 16th-century Italy and, since that time, the characters – and jokes – have changed very little.
As official dressmaker to Her Majesty for more than 35 years, Hardy Amies knew exactly what she did – and didn’t – want in her wardrobe, writes Austin Mutti-Mewse.
If there’s one hero ingredient to look out for on the à la carte menu, it’s quince. It will make an appearance as a pickled garnish for a main course with a seared foie gras galette and in an array of puddings.
A night of dazzling brilliance as the Summer White Party returned.
To celebrate the V&A’s outstanding exhibition Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty, on Tuesday 21st April, Annabel’s invited Sonnet Stanfill, a member of the illustrious museum’s curatorial team to the Club.
Annabel’s has the reputation of one of London’s most revered and prestigious members clubs, famed for its outstanding collection of expertly sourced rare spirits and its team of infinitely knowledgeable bartenders.
On Wednesday 15 October, British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes captivated Members with an enthralling talk recounting extreme expeditions to unknown frontiers facing the most hostile conditions on the planet.
For three nights in September 2014, Annabel's offered cutting-edge Pan-Asian food in collaboration with two eminent guest chefs.
'The Glorious Twelfth': the opening day of the shooting season for red grouse arrives to a warm welcome every August.
In July 2014, for the very first time, Annabel’s dove into the excitement of the British summer’s legendary music festival scene, with the Club’s inaugural Pop-up at the Cornbury Music Festival.
We touch gloves with one of the amateur pugilists behind The Charge, a glamorous new boxing-based fundraising campaign, backed by Annabel’s, that aims to knock rhino- and elephant-poaching out for the count.
Were the Eighties just a musical wasteland of synth pop and vacant lyrics? GQ Editor-in-Chief Dylan Jones argues for a re-evaluation of the decade that also produced a charity record that changed the world forever.
A night to remember: Lady Gaga at Annabel's