Thursday 24 January 2013, Mosaica Restaurant, Wood Green, London
Last night, luxury Swiss watchmaker RAYMOND WEIL showed its continued support of the British music scene by holding its Annual Music Dinner, hosted by singer, songwriter and producer Labrinth at his restaurant Mosaica, Wood Green, London.
Following on from the success of last year’s ‘Unofficial Pre-BRIT Awards Dinner’, last night’s event was held to honour War Child who are celebrating 20 years of work changing and saving the lives of 800,000 children in the world's most war torn countries. The BRIT Awards will this year recognise War Child for their incredible work by presenting them with the inaugural Special Recognition Award in next month’s ceremony.
The intimate dinner for 120 guests, saw some of the UK’s most established and emerging artists come together to celebrate the work achieved by War Child.
Guests included: Labrinth, Conor Maynard, Wretch 32, Alexandra Burke, Sway, Laura Mvula, Daley, George The Poet, Dot Rotten, Suki Waterhouse, Angel, Gabrielle Aplin, James Arthur, Etta Bond, VV Brown, Stooshe, Chipmunk, Delilah, JLS, Jake Gosling, Liam Payne & Louis Thomlinson (1 Direction), Tali Lennox, The Temper Trap, Zara Martin, Raf Riley, Yasmin and Chris Loco.
The event delivered an unforgettable occasion, with a fantastic three course meal, bespoke cocktails by GREY GOOSE Vodka and special live music performances from George The Poet, Shakka and Michael Duke.
“We are delighted to have teamed up with Labrinth again, one of the UK’s most exciting musicians, and War Child. The ‘RAYMOND WEIL Annual Music Dinner’ was a wonderful event attended by some of the best talent in the business” – Says Pierre Bernheim, Director – RAYMOND WEIL.