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Hi friends! The Bush Theatre is proud to announce the unprecedented results of our Gala so aptly named ‘An Affair to Remember.’ To our surprise and delight, we surpassed our 350K target and brought in a gross income of nearly 500,000! But before we get ahead of ourselves, allow me to unfold the evening’s events…you can find the full story in the bush post, just click here

Above all, the Bush would like to thank the following contributors – without their help and support this incredible achievement would not have been possible:

SPONSORS

Anonymous

UBS

Lady Susie Sainsbury

Michael & Gianni Alen-Buckley

Philip & Mary Richards

Dixon Wilson Chartered Accountants

Odey Asset Management LLP

Jefferies International Limited

RAB Capital plc

Forsters LLP

Bank of Ireland

SUPPORTERS

Jeremy & Britta Lloyd

John Shakeshaft

Peter Soros

INDIVIDUAL DONORS

Amanda Attarde-Manche

Pieter & Olga Dreesmann

Mark & Marnie Franklin

John Kinder

Danny & Lillan Wyler

Mercedes Zobel

THE SHEPHERDS BUSH DONORS

Anonymous

ABHANA

Anna-Maria Taj-Saadat

Bamford

Bella Huddart

Bicester Village

The Brompton Bar & Grill

Brook Green Hotel

Brown's Hotel

Burberry courtesy of Hugh Dancy

Cabbages & Roses

Catherine Mould

Charles Stephens

Charlie Peyton & Onda Rocks

The Cross

Daniel Hersheson

Daylesford and Bamford

Diptyque

E Rejuvenation

Edward Turner

Eliza Poklewski-Koziel

FB Luxury Beach Wear Collection

Fire & Stone

Foyles

Graham Stones

Great Fosters

Harper Collins

Ian McEwan

i-subscribe.com

Jamie Magazine

Jehanne de Biolley

Jenny Whitby

Jon Tolansky

Julia Burness

Kenwood Summer Proms

Kiki McDonagh

La Petite Maison

Lantana Café

Laurence Coste

Laurence Gibson

Legge & Braine

Los Molinos

Lotte Berk Studio

Lucinda Bruce

Lydie Malgin

My Slipper

Nicholas Drummond

O2 Shepherds Bush Empire

offthelist.co.uk

Oliver Bonas

One Aldwych London

Paola Marchesi

Patio Restaurant

Patsy & George

Peter Jones

Philip Gumuchdijian

Philip Kerr

Philip Mould

Playful Productions

Pol Roger

Queen Adelaide, Shepherds Bush

Rose Uniacke

Sara Stewart

Six Senses at Pan Peninsula

Sophie Fauchier

Summerill & Bishop

Surbiton Osteopaths

Susan Muncey & Shop Curious

The Bush Theatre

The Cashmere Shop

The Clarendon

The Cuckoo Club

The London Transport Museum

thirtysevendegrees Health Club

Urban Picnic UP Box

Vesbar

vintagelondon.biz

Westfield London Shopping Centre

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I cannot fucking WAIT to watch this and you should book to watch it too. https://t.co/hsKjvKh80R
Harry
@HarrietMould
20 Jan
Counting down the hours until we'll be watching this tonight!! https://t.co/vtra4Me6e5
StrongBack Productions
@StrongBackProd
20 Jan
Bout to go to the theatre. First time in a year. Cheers @bushtheatre #overflowonline
Frankie Meredith
@frankiemeredith
20 Jan
WATCH THIS SHOW https://t.co/1SIYTsWKGc
Bobby Harding
@bobby_harding_
20 Jan
Gonna remind you all that @bushtheatre are looking after you this week with this bloody brilliant piece of theatre.… https://t.co/P2NSQVwhx6
Pound Arts
@poundarts
20 Jan
Tonight's performance of 'Overflow' from @bushtheatre was captivating. From the set, to Reece Lyons' electric perf… https://t.co/VlcslBTNa9
Jamie Sergeant
@Jamieserge
19 Jan

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