Immerse yourself in the contemporary London Art Scene with a Supper Club run by the fashion focused art gallery, Runway Gallery and the art movement Beautalism. 

More a happening than a restaurant event, Soho Salon Supper Club brings art into a more accessible arena, away from the imposing white box galleries and into the familiar and less daunting atmosphere of a restaurant. Here guests are invited to have dinner with some of London’s most interesting and diverse contemporary artists at Soho’s hottest private club Blacks.  


The Beautalists have worked closely with the bar staff at Blacks Club to develop their very own cocktail.


A short life/fashion drawing class will be held. The group will be guided by several artists in the skills of fashion drawing/life drawing. Our model is a fabulous performance artist, who has a unique and very fashionable look. All materials will be provided.


Blacks Club’s head Chef has designed a three course meal especially for the evening (Soho Salon Supper Club Menu). Which caters for all dietary requirements. Throughout the meal one of the Beautalists will be seated at each table, giving the guests a very personal and relaxed way to meet and converse with the artists.

Each event has a guest artists speaker who will talk/discuss their work and career.
July 24th – Daniel Syrett, founding member of the Beautalists, Runway Gallery owner and curator of Blacks Club in conversation with Lydia Kaye Editor of Art Voyeur and lecturer at London college of Fashion. Discuss Beautalism and why this art movement is the catalyst for so much more than brutal beauty.

Tunes will be provided by artist Trafford Parsons.



Bethany Perry – painter

Bruce Atherton – painter

Chinakwe – artist

Dara Vandor – artist

GrAzie – artist

JA Neto – consultant

Lydia Kaye – AV Magazine

Jean Luc Brouard – photographer

Joe Lynn – photographer

Louise Dear – pop painter

Pandemonia – 7ft tall plastic blonde

Sandro Hyams – photographer

Sam Davies – creative consultant

SYRETT – abstract painter

Trafford Parsons – artist


Places are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.