National AIDS Trust’s (NAT) are delighted to announce the return of their flagship fundraising event Spring Awakening held in BAFTA on 14 May.

NAT is the UK’s leading charity dedicated to transforming society’s response to HIV. They provide fresh thinking, expertise and practical resources and champion the rights of people living with HIV and campaign for change.

They believe we make the most lasting and positive impact on the greatest number of lives by changing attitudes, behaviour, decisions, and policies – and seek to influence those whose actions have the biggest impact on the lives of people affected by HIV in the UK.

The Spring Awakening will have an old-school movie glamour theme, and feature a short set from Jimmy Somerville, singer with Bronski Beat and The Communards as well as being hosted by Clive Anderson and Christopher Biggins.

The following prizes are available to win as part of the charity auction on the night:

  • An opportunity to win a chance to star alongside Gossip Girl’s Ed Westwick in his new film Bone in the Throat, a gangster thriller set in LondonThe opportunity to be an extra in the film and walk the red carpet at the London Premiere.
  • Front row seats to Jasper Conran’s show at London Fashion Week with a night in a top London hotel will also feature in the auction.
  • £100 treatment every month for a year, at Jack Dunn male salon
  • One-offs from British jewellery designer to the stars Stephen Einhorn
  • A year-long membership to exclusive private members club No.41 Mayfair.

To complete the celebrity lifestyle package is the opportunity to bid for a week’s stay in Erasure’s Andy Bell luxury Mallorcan villa worth over £800 per night. The villa has spectacular view from the pool and tennis court and is completely secluded from the outside world. The prize includes Thomas Cook Airlines return flights.

Tickets can be purchased by visiting