Join our Patrons for access to exclusive events

Asia House Patrons are at the heart of our organisation – inspiring, influencing and sustaining our work.

In addition to shaping programmes in each of our focus areas, patrons enjoy a private programme of events, including ambassadorial dinners and exclusive viewings of private and gallery collections.

Patrons have access to our magnificent Sir Peter Wakefield Room, furnished with comfortable seating and surrounded by Sir John Soane’s bookcases housing a magnificent collection of books on Asian culture.

We welcome you to join Asia House as a patron.

Benefits of Patron membership

Private invitations to exhibition previews and private views at leading museums, galleries and auction houses

Exclusive invitations to embassy receptions

Private breakfasts, lunches, dinners and discussions with leading experts on key Asian topics, ranging from health and security to  economic policy and cultural trends

Networking opportunities at Asia House events and at our numerous events around London

Special Patrons rate on all Asia House events including Asia House Conferences

Privileged use of the elegant Sir Peter Wakefield Room (when not in use for Asia House events)

Preferential venue hire rates at Asia House

All the benefits and discounts provided by Asia House Arts Membership.

Cost : £500 per year for single or joint membership

Sample of Past Patrons’ Events

Wine tutorial and dinner specially tailored by Michelin-starred Hakkasan for our Patrons

Private preview screening event for Snow Flower and the Secret Fan, hosted and introduced by the film’s producer, Wendi Deng Murdoch

Priority entry  to attend dinner to honour Ratan Tata, hosted by the Rt Hon Nicholas Clegg MP

Private drinks and dinner hosted by Aman Resorts to celebrate the Chinnery and contemporary Korean Art exhibitions at Asia House

Breakfast Briefing with Qin Gang, Minister and Deputy Head of Chinese Embassy, in London discussing China’s 12th Five-Year Plan

Private luncheon in 2011 with Sir Mark Lyall Grant, United Kingdom Permanent Representative to the United Nations.

Breakfast briefing with Jim O’Neill, Chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management discussing ‘From BRIC’s to Growth Markets.’

For more information please download the form beneath or contact Evie Cramb at or phone +44 (0)20 7307 5461.


Patron Membership Form