Cook for Ukraine & Fundraising Events London

If you are looking for ways to support the people of Ukraine, here is a collection of fundraising events in London that you can get involved in …

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1 The Royal Ballet’s Swan Lake, Covent Garden, 5 May

The Royal Ballet performs a fundraising performance of Swan Lake. The lead dancers in The Royal Ballet Lauren Cuthbertson, Sarah Lamb, Marianela Nuñez and Natalia Osipova join forces to share the role of Odette / Odile across the four acts of this iconic repertoire favorite. Tickets range from £ 10 to £ 200.
The Royal Opera House, Bow Street, WC2E 9DD;

2 Art Auction, India Rose James X Art on a Postcard X CHOOSE LOVE, 7-21. April

Art on a Postcard has partnered with curator and gallery owner India Rose James to present a mini-auction of thirty handmade postcards of leading talent, with all proceeds going to CHOOSE LOVE in support of their Ukrainian appeal. The auction features postcard-sized works of art by the likes of Alma Berrow, Danny Fox, Olivia Sterling, Nettle Grellier and Layla Andrews with bids from just £ 50. You must register to bid.

3 The Royal Opera Concert for Ukraine, Covent Garden, 15 April

International opera singers gather to perform much-loved arias and choirs in support of DEC Ukraine’s humanitarian appeal. Ukrainian conductor Oksana Lyniv joins the musical director of the Royal Opera Antonio Pappano to conduct singers, including Ukrainian tenor Dmytro Popov and Ukrainian baritone Yuriy Yurchuk. Tickets range from £ 4- £ 100.
The Royal Opera House, Bow Street, WC2E 9DD;

4 Charity dinner in Aulis, Soho, April 11th

Aulis is giving away seats to a one-time charity dinner to be prepared by Simon Rogan Exec Chefs Tom Barnes and Oli Marlow on Monday, April 11th. Each raffle ticket costs £ 20 and offers the chance to win two seats to dinner. All proceeds will be donated to UNICEF UK’s Ukraine appeal.
16a St Anne’s Court W1F 0BF;

5 Charity menu at RAI, Fitzrovia, March 16-9. April

Newly opened RAI shows its support for the Cook For Ukraine campaign by donating 100 percent of the proceeds from a specially created limited edition four-course menu to UNICEF UK between 16 March and 9 April. The menu will showcase the restaurant’s exclusive dishes. such as homemade tofu and Amaebi shrimp; and sashimi dishes. For lunch and dinner, the menu must be pre-ordered.
3 Windmill Street, Fitzrovia, W1T 2HY;

6 Candles for Ukraine Concert, Fitzrovia, April 8th

Enjoy a night of Ukrainian classical and folk music by candlelight in the Fitzrovia Chapel. All money raised goes to the Disaster Preparedness Committee of Ukraine. A glass of prosecco is included in the ticket and you will also wander around the beautiful chapel. The concert starts at 6 pm and lasts one hour.
Fitzrovia Chapel, 2 Pearson Square, Fitzroy Place, W1T 3BF; tickets are £ 16.76 available via

7 Charity dinner in Townsend, Whitechapel, March 30th

Chef Chris Shaw will be joined by Dom Fernando from Paradise, John Chantarasak from AngloThai, Anna Higham from River Cafe and Mitshel Ibrahim from Ombra for a five-course dinner with wines from P Franco on Wednesday, March 30th. The entire profit goes to Kog til Ukraine.
77-82 Whitechapel High Street E1 7QX;; bookings via resy

8 Charity dinner at Royale, Bow, March 28th

At Royale, Michelin-starred Leroy’s sister restaurant, chef Lucy Timm is making a single Ukrainian-themed dinner, inspired in part by Olia Hercules’ dishes on Monday, March 28th. The profit goes to the chef too Ukraine.
East London Liquor Co., Bow Wharf, Unit GF1, 221 Grove Road E3 5SN;

9 Charity dinner at Hot Stone Islington on 24 and 31 March

Swish sushi and wagyu restaurant Hot Stone Islington are running a four-course menu in limited edition on March 24 and 31, with 100 percent of the profits going to be donated to Cook For Ukraine.
9 Chapel Market, The Angel, London, N1 9EZ;

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