Hms Belfast Exterior


The OS Club is delighted to announce that it will be hosting a dinner in HMS Belfast on Thursday 9th November, 18:30 – 23:00.

HMS Belfast is one of London’s most iconic venues and is now part of the Imperial War Museum. Commissioned in 1939, just before the start of the Second World War, HMS Belfast was to play a pivotal role in many key operations, both in European waters and the Far East. These included escorting artic convoys to the Soviet Union, the sinking of the Scharnhorst, and the D-Day landings.

Not only is HMS Belfast a world leading museum, starring in many iconic cultural moments over the last few decades, but it is also an emblem of a time when Britain stood alone, when endurance, resilience, character, team spirit, and self-sacrifice came together for the greater good, and which was so persuasive in achieving a lasting peace.

The evening starts with drinks at 18:30, followed by a three course dinner, tea, coffee and chocolates in the Morgan Giles Room. There is also an opportunity to explore those parts of the ship open to the public. Carriages at 11:00pm.

We are able to offer these tickets at a discounted price of £75.

Dress code: Lounge suits or similar.

There are only 60 places available, and we expect tickets to sell fast.

THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT. If you would like to go on a waiting list please contact Ben Collins on


We look forward to seeing you on the night.

Jan van der Velde

Director of Alumni Relations