Sheekey Secrets

Ever wanted the opportunity to hear West End stars spill the secrets on the highs and lows of their careers? 

Join us for a series of exclusive and informal ‘in conversation’ evenings, with a prestigious line-up of theatre luminaries, including Hollywood legend Leslie Caron, The Phantom of The Opera star Ben Forster and third-generation English actress Jemma Redgrave.

Diners will not only hear our guests spill secrets about the highs and lows of their lives and careers, they will also have a rare chance to meet and greet the stars and ask their own questions. The evening will kick off at 7.30pm with a glass of Perrier-Jouët Blanc de Blancs NV and a little mingling, before sitting down for dinner at 8pm. 

Tickets are priced at £100 per person inclusive of service charge and will include a glass of Perrier-Jouët Blanc de Blancs NV on arrival, half a bottle of wine, three courses, water and tea or coffee.

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Spaces at each event are limited, so it's worth reserving now. To book tickets please contact Helen Geach on or by calling 020 3319 2144

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Leslie Caron

Monday, 29 January

Franco-American actress and dancer. BAFTA and Golden Globe winning Caron was discovered by acting legend Gene Kelly and appeared alongside him in the Oscar-winning ‘An American In Paris’. She has gone on to have a long-lasting and formidable career; winning a number of Lifetime Achievement awards for her contributions to both film and dance.

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Ben Forster

Monday, 19 February

Ben Forster shot to fame when he won ITV’s hit ‘Superstar’ series - Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber’s 2012 talent search for an actor to play the title role in the rock arena tour of ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’. He quickly rose to become something of a West End fixture - appearing in ‘Grease', ‘Thriller Live’ and ‘The Phantom of the Opera’.

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Jemma Redgrave

Monday, 12 March

English theatre and television actress. Jemma is third-generation of the Redgrave family acting dynasty, and boasts an illustrious career with roles in Anton Chekhov’s ‘The Three Sisters’ in London’s West End, and - on the screen - the BBC’s long-running ‘Doctor Who’ and ‘Holby City'.

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