Charity minded art lovers visiting luxury London hotels this month may be interested in attending the Urban Art Auction on September 15th, organised by Banksy's partner in crime Inkie.
The proceeds of the auction will be donated to Great Ormond Street and Temwa Malawi Children's Charity.
Last year's event raised close to £30,000, with this year set to rake in more with work provided by Banksy, China Mike, Miss Bugs, Shone and many more.
Tickets for the evening are £50 per person, with the night including a drinks reception, three-course dinner and participation in the auction.
The previous auction was a complete sell-out and was attended by Alan Carr, Ed Chemical, Roisin Murphy, Sean Pertwee, Jaime Winston and Jeff Leach amongst others.
The auction will take place in the dining room of the Paradise By Way of Kensal Green.
Additionally, the venue hosts a regular evening of stand-up comedy every week.
"Every Wednesday experience some top notch comedy from some of the country's most side splitting, hold your belly, wet your pants funny comedians," commented the group.
Furthermore, Richard Strange's Cabaret Futura will return for the first time in 30 years on September 19th.
The club met with critical and artistic success, with many famous acts getting early breaks at the event, including Depeche Mode, Soft Cell, Keith Allen, The Pogues, Paul Morley, Richard Jobson and Richard Wilson.
"Drop-in, come to network, chat, relax, have a drink and catch some extraordinary live performances, or a lively discussion. It will be a club for grown-ups," commented Mr Strange.