Following the successful re-launch of the LMH London Dinner at the Oxford & Cambridge Club in May 2017, we are branching out and are excited to invite LMH alumni to the 2018 London Dinner aboard HMS Belfast.

HMS Belfast is the most significant surviving Second World War Royal Navy warship. Since her launch in 1938 HMS Belfast has served in both key battles and peace-keeping duties across the world. She has served several commissions in the Far East and, as one of the first British ships to go to action in the Korean War. HMS Belfast worked closely with Allied forces where she gained the reputation as 'that straight-shooting ship', and oversaw the escape of HMS Amethyst.

The ship is permanently moored on the Thames next to Tower Bridge and is now one of the Imperial War Museum’s key visitor attractions. Alumni and guests will have an opportunity to explore the Ship’s Museum with a glass of fizz, before enjoying a three course dinner in the Ship’s Company Dining Hall.  This fascinating area of the ship is where the crew would gather for their meals and still contains all the original features, including the exposed steel walls of the ship and pipework on the ceiling. After coffee, there will be a talk from our special guest for the evening. More information about our speaker will be available shortly.

Places are priced at £69.50 per person and you may bring one guest. There are ten places available for alumni under 30 years old, priced at £45.00. Guest tickets are £69.50 each.

The dress code is Business Attire.