The Art of Dining and The National Trust have combined forces to stage the second of three rather special charity events. For five nights only, you can enjoy a five- course feast and an evening’s entertainment at in the garden at Fenton House, an historic National Trust building in Hampstead. The evening’s themes are decadence and edible gardens and you can expect a culinary romp of a menu created by chef Ellen Parr, including an edible flower salad with garlic snail dressing and barbecued rabbit. The mistress of the house, Dora Jordan, will serenade guests with theatrical numbers as they eat. Advance booking is required. To reserve a place, visit www.theartofdining.co.uk. The third and final Art of Dining experience, 'The Servants Supper', will take place at Ham House in November.