Chester Boyd, which is owned by independent catering group CH&Co, is to celebrate its 30th anniversary by supporting the National AIDS Trust (NAT) at its annual fundraising event, Spring Awakening.
The evening's highlight will come from former Erasure star Andy Bell, who will play an acoustic set in the Haberdashers' Hall, Smithfield, on 30 May 2013.
Chester Boyd will create a signature cocktail and provide canapés; NAT will hold an auction, tombola, and raffle.
Last year's Spring Awakening raised more than £35,000 towards NAT's work campaigning for Government policy to support people living with HIV and educating the public about how to protect themselves and others from HIV.
Chester Boyd's operations manager, Andrew Bapniah, said: "It is an honour to be associated with this prestigious, significant and joyous event."
Deborah Jack, chief executive of NAT, added: "Spring Awakening is NAT's flagship fundraising event so we always make sure it is extra special. This year we've raised the bar that bit higher by getting some amazing celebrity support, a beautiful venue and some really exciting prizes. We thank Chester Boyd for their support."