Showcasing Musical Stars

This summer Céleste will be hosting a weekend program of musical evenings showcasing West End Theatre Stars & performers, to entertain you alongside our famed Michelin-starred dinner service on Saturday evenings. Curated by Rosetta Debattista and Tama Matheson this summer time schedule brings the best of West End Theatre & London singing talent to Céleste, whilst theatre’s, concert halls, music venues remain closed.

Enjoy the beautiful backdrop of Céleste naturally illuminated by a domed glass roof while seductively aglow under softly lit chandeliers during evening service. Our menus honour British heritage and provenance with modern European creativity. These glorious summer evenings have been crafted to take you on a culinary journey of great flavours and food,  combined with the sophistication of live entertainment in a intimate, relaxed atmosphere.

Social Distancing applied throughout to ensure your personal comfort and safety.

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The Performances

Saturday 4 July

Opening Night with Gavin Holligan

Enjoy a sophisticated evening enjoying live performances from Gavin Holligan whilst enjoying a specially prepared menu by Céleste’s Head Chef, Darcio Henriques.

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The Curators

Rosetta Debattista

Since graduating from the Royal College of Music, Rosetta has worked in the UK, Malta, and Kuwait. With a wealth of experience as a performer and trained music therapist and educator, Rosetta developed a number of theatrical programs and festivals. Rosetta has been program consultant of two theatres, and worked at the Kuwait Cultural Centre to put together a program of 9 events last April co-ordinating a 100-strong cast.

Tama Matheson

Tama is Artistic Director of Poesis in London, as well as Artistic Director of the Brisbane Shakespeare Festival in Australia. His stage credits include Hamlet, Henry Lawson (When the World Was Wide), Melchior (Amahl and the Night Visitors), Bunthorne (Patience), Felix (The Odd Couple), Banquo (Macbeth), His television credits include EastEnders, Heartbeat, and Hoges: the Life of Paul Hogan.