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On 21stFebruary,Brocket Hallin Hertfordshire will launch theLady Caroline Lamb Arts Club and Lord Byron Wine Club,named in honour of the stately home's most infamous star-crossed lovers, Lady Caroline lamb and Lord Byron, who conducted a scandalous affair on the estate in 1812.

Lady Caroline was married to the master ofBrocket Hallat the time, the Prime Minister Lord Melbourne - which in no way diluted her passion for the man who was ‘mad, bad and dangerous to know'.

The Brocket Hall Arts & Entertainment Club and Lord Byron Wine Clubwill afford access to the rich history of the illustrious home and its magnificent environment while laying on arts and cultural events, musical entertainment, wine tastings and access to galleries and openings.

The inaugural event has been curated by art and collectibles specialist Jiggy Rawal - founder ofThe Curatistwho has invited Bina Goenka Jewellers and Tafeta Art Gallery to underpin the evening's programme.

Jiggy Rawal, has enjoyed a successful career in the financial sector before moving into the world of art, collectibles and luxury brands. She acts as a unique halfway house between dealers and her clients and will be on hand to offer investment advice.

Located in Fitzrovia, London since 2013,Tafetahas been the leading purveyor of some of the most important 20th century and contemporary artists of African descent, including names such as Ben Enwonwu MBE, globally renowned British-Nigerian artist, Yinka Shonibare MBE, Ablade Glover, Susanne Wenger, Muraina Oyelami, and Gebre K. Desta.  Gallery founder and director, Ayo Adeyinka combined with Jiggy Rawal will provide carefully selected pieces toBrocket Hallfor the event.

To complement the contemporary art exhibition, Jiggy Rawal has facilitated a collection of pieces created bybinagoenka, the driving force behind one of the most creative jewellery brands in India.

A successful entrepreneur and socialite, Bina is a pioneer on the international jewellery scene,working with unusual materials such as raw gold and diamond slices to create highly original Indian jewels. Now her sparkling treasure will be showcased for the first time at Brocket Hall by her daughter Avanti Goenka.

The evening's musical entertainment will be provided by Ramzi, is a multi-talented singer, songwriter, producer, musician and performer. His soulful vocals, memorable melodies and slick lyrical content have helped him achieve popularity and a worldwide fanbase. Along with releasing numerous hit singles and a few top selling albums,RAMZIhas performed at the

legendary Jazz Café in London, The Birmingham N.E.C and the Palladium in Dubai and takenthe stage alongside Amy Winehouse, Flo Rida and the Gypsy Kings.

With the promise of a glittering evening ahead, the Lady Caroline Lamb and Lord Byron Wine Club nights are poised to herald the renaissance ofBrocket Hall.

Applications to join the Lady Caroline Lamb Arts Club and Lord Byron Wine Club are invited. Membership is automatically secured via Brocket Hall Estate Membership.

For further information contact Melanie Faldo at