Who's Cooking Dinner? For more than 20 years, Leukaemia UK has organised Who’s Cooking Dinner? the top foodie fundraising event of the year, masterminded by luminary restaurateurs Chris Corbin OBE and Peter Gordon. For one evening only, more than 20 of the UK’s most prominent chefs from top restaurants, with a host of Michelin stars and accolades between them, take part in this remarkable event. Since 1999, this extraordinary dinner has raised more than £7 million for leukaemia research. The 21st anniversary Who’s Cooking Dinner? will be held on Monday 2 March 2020 at The Dorchester Park Lane, London. Once again, the evening will bring together a who’s who of culinary legends. Our stellar line-up includes Rick Stein, Tom Kerridge, Giorgio Locatelli, Clare Smyth and Brett Graham, to name but a few. Who’s Cooking Dinner? That is the question asked by the guests of 20 table 'Hosts', who discover on the night which chef in the all-star line-up will be expertly creating their meal. The Grand Auction, hosted by Sotheby’s, follows the dinner, where guests have the chance to bid for their favourite chef to cook a bespoke dining experience in their home. How Who’s Cooking Dinner? came to life Who’s Cooking Dinner? is the brainchild of chef Peter Gordon and restaurateur Chris Corbin, whose lives irrevocably changed due to leukaemia diagnosis. Chris Corbin is Leukaemia UK’s Chairman and one half of the duo Corbin & King who turned The Ivy, Le Caprice, J Sheekey and The Wolseley into London's sought-after and prestigious eateries. In 1990, at the age of 38, he was diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukaemia (CML) and for the next four years, he and his family were left in limbo while they waited for a suitable bone marrow donor. Peter Gordon is famed for his legendary "fusion food" – and when his sister Tracey was diagnosed with leukaemia, he donated his bone marrow to save her life. Following Chris and Peter's blood cancer experiences, they felt strongly that more leukaemia and blood cancer research needed to be funded. Together, they created 'Who’s Cooking Dinner' to help make this difference and over the years it has raised a phenomenal amount for leukaemia and blood cancer research. Take a look at our impressive Who's Cooking Dinner? Chefs Hall Of Fame, including confirmed chefs for 2020. We would like to thank all the brilliant chefs, guests, suppliers, restaurants and other prize donors who over the past two decades, have generously donated their time and resources to make this feat possible. All proceeds from the evening will help fund our ground-breaking leukaemia and other blood cancer research. For a flavour of this extraordinary event, watch this video. Interested in taking part? A table for 10 guests costs £7,500 and our loyal supporters include distinguished guests from the worlds of art, finance, business, property and entertainment. Each table will be served, in person, by their own exclusive Celebrity Chef. To reserve your table for Monday 2 March 2020 please contact: Simona Abis at [email protected] Tickets for the event cost £7,500 for a table of 10. Over the years Who's Cooking Dinner? has received valuable media coverage, due to its high profile and uniqueness. Read the Who's Cooking Dinner? 2020 feature on the The Caterer. Read the Evening Standard's Who's Cooking Dinner 2020 Feature Find out more about this year's chefs on Who's Cooking Dinner? on Instagram.