Tonight made's Natalie Browne and Jonathan Mountford attended the second BBC Music Awards at Birmingham's Genting Arena. Adele was the big winner picking up two awards including best British artist of the year. The ceremony, hosted by Chris Evans and Fearne Cotton, included brilliant performances from Years and Years, Ellie Goulding and James Bay. One Direction also gave one of their final live performances before going on a break in 2016.
Thank you to SOBOM for a fabulously festive evening celebrating the hard work of Box Office Managers in London! A wonderful evening was had by all, with everyone leaving feeling very Christmassy indeed! Here at made we were happy to put on "Rock and Roll Bingo", with the help of Capital FM’s Kat Shoob (who was an exceptional host!); guests had a whale of a time and some won some great prizes too. With thanks to SOBOM, all of the Christmas Lunch Sponsors and Kat.
Together with Belmond British Pullman and IGLTA (the world’s leading global travel network dedicated to connecting and educating LGBT travellers and businesses), made is co-hosting a Christmas lunch on board the Belmond British Pullman (sister train to the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express).
Along with guests from tour operators dedicated to the LGBT market, Jonathan Mountford and Natalie Browne are about to embark upon an unforgettable afternoon! The splendidly refurbished Belmond British Pullman, steeped in history and oozing art deco glamour, has hosted celebrities and royalty since its first journey in 1982.
Here’s a snap of Jonathan and Natalie looking super smart as they look forward to their journey!
Click below to view David Thomas of Superbreak video of this very special day: