An Arty Party at L’Escargot
Tuesday 2nd November
L’Escargot | 48 Greek Street | Soho | W1D 4EF
How totally divine was our evening of Art at L’Escargot. Artist Henrietta Sophia Wallace enlightened us with the passion that drives her painting, sharing with us personal stories relating to her current collection. We were spoiled with canapes. Honestly the team at L’Escargot are food Artists. Our favorite was the delightfully delicious snails crafted from smoked salmon and cream cheese whose photo was shown so much love on Instagram. Tres, tres bien. Let’s not forget the tapenade toasts, Crab toasts, and the fast-disappearing cheese straws that went so well with the Sea Breeze welcome cocktail. Thank you to Brian, Reda, Dom and the L ‘Escargot team.
Thank you to Sophia Henrietta Dunlop, it was wonderful for so many guests to hear your story. Sophia has always been involved in the arts as a make-up artist/singer and documentary film maker. She lives in London’s Belgravia. Her exhibition at L’Escargot is also available to view, along with her wider collection by appointment. So please do email her directly on firstname.lastname@example.org
A Wonderful Crowd … mixology of minds
As a planner of events, you might wonder how we put together consistently interesting mixes of people. As the party starts to get near being sold out, we look at the guest list, as people inspire us to invite others who may not have been before or for a very long time. Sophia’s wonderful art attracted more artists themselves and others who had extensive careers in hotels and hospitality. The room buzzed with investors in start-ups and others putting great energy into sustainable ventures and, to saving our planet. Conversations and introductions are what makes a party go boom!
Our featured charity event’s founder, Andrew Taylor, dropped by with his Black Labrador; when he asked if he could bring his cute four-legged friend, I immediately knew he could. Owner of L’Escargot and old friend, Brian Clivaz, has the most fabulously eccentric bulldog called Doris and is often seen holding court somewhere in the restaurant, yes Doris, not Brian!
Some lovely feedback –
Thank you so much for yesterday evening. Everyone was extremely friendly and welcoming, and it was lovely to be out mingling with other like-minded people. I especially enjoyed talking to one particular person! I think I got very lucky for my first singles event.
We had a really nice night Tuesday at L’Escargot and great to meet so many new faces, along with some regulars.
It was lovely meeting you on Tuesday. I thought the event was a real success, beautiful venue, engaging conversations. Looking forward to your future events.