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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

This is a past event 09 Jun 2010

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25 May
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