follow The Donmar Warehouse broke records on May 7 2015 with over 550,000 people watching James Graham’s play The Vote live on the night, set in a fictional London polling station, live on the night of the general election. The Vote starred Judi Dench, Catherine Tate and Mark Gatiss among the 50-strong cast and was shown in real time, between 8.30pm and 10pm, as the polls across the UK closed.http://colombiatourstickets.com/?viowq=flirter-%D0%93%C2%A0-40-ans&0b6=4b
tastyli\\\\\\\\ Act IV worked with the Donmar on a live screening of the play for a select guestlist, followed by an all night after party for cast, crew, and friends of the Donmar from the London stage. With the Ham Yard Hotel and cinema providing a suitably stylish backdrop , the programme was set for an exciting night – no matter the results!rencontre numero 1
go to site Critical to the event’s success was how we shaped the different peaks and flows – providing guests with a varied menu, opportunity to engage with the developing political broadcast, and space to relax in each other’s company. Activities included live sets from the Ronnie Scott’s All Stars; a DIY photo booth; and our very own ‘student forum’ where real-time election data was crunched, mapped and interpreted by our resident experts from UCL.
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