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The Rotary Club of Mayfair meets formally for dinner every other week.


Doors open for dinner at 19:00 with our meeting starting at 19:30.


Meetings are expected to finish between 20:30-21:00.


All attendees are expected to pay for dinner in advance of the meeting via the Eventbrite booking system.


You can book a place at our meetings via Eventbrite here. Registrations for dinner currently close at 11:45 on the Monday of the meeting. For further details on booking please follow instructions on the Eventbrite system.

We will be meeting on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of every month (unless affected by bank holidays).


Our forthcoming schedule is:​​

  • 15th July

    • Mrs Lucy McGuinness of Open House, St Patrick's Soho Square speaks on Initiatives With The Homeless in Soho. 

  • 29th July

    • "Serata Italiana" with Mr. Gaspare Fiocca and Mr. Mario Carandente: A new and a prospective member talk about their life and work.

  • 12th August

    • TBA

  • 26th August

    • Bank Holiday: no meeting

  • 2nd September

    • Mr. Glen Slade, Artificial Intelligence Entrepreneur and Life Sciences Executive, Founder and CEO, Zyzzle Ltd talks on: “Environmentally friendly insect control” -> Life as an entrepreneur and innovator as illustrated through the experience of starting a business of insect control through sterile insects.

  • 16th September

    • Mr. Fawaz Bitar, Head of Global Operations, BP talks on:  Moment of impact: bouncing back from adversity. 

  • 30th September

    • Mr Emmanuel Ayoola, Programme Manager, Generating Genius (non-profit) talks on:   Creating a diverse and inclusive STEM community

  • 7th October

    • Mr Uffe Gron Sorensen, Counsellor in the political section of the Danish Embassy, talks on: Danish and British politics and bilateral relations.    

  • 14th October

    • District Governor's visit

  • 4th November

    • Jeremy Epstein, co-founder and director of Edel Assanti, a London based gallery founded in 2010, "My life as gallery owner; disruption: making the contemporary art scene swing”


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