On Thursday 24th November, we were joined by special guests at Supernova, London for a glittering evening of fundraising and entertainment as Global’s Make Some Noise Night returned. Thanks to the generous support of all of our guests, we’re delighted to have raised a staggering £801,150.
The glittering night was hosted by Classic FM’s Aled Jones and Radio X presenter Johnny Vaughan, and guests were treated to some stunning performances from some of the UK’s hottest music artists – Clean Bandit, Dua Lipa and Emeli Sandé.
We were joined by a whole host of Global’s presenters including Capital’s Dave Berry, George Shelley, Lilah Parsons and Roman Kemp; Heart’s Emma Bunton and Jenni Falconer; Myleene Klass from Classic FM and Smooth Radio; LBC’s Nick Ferrari and Andrew Castle: Smooth Radio’s Kate Garraway and Tina Hobley; Tim Westwood from Capital XTRA, plus Marvin Humes from Capital and The Vodafone Big Top 40, along with VIP guests including Nathan Sykes and The Vamps.
Plus, we were delighted to be joined by the Jevons family, who have received help from Once Upon A Smile – just one of the many small projects Global’s Make Some Noise is proud to support.
As part of the evening, we had some truly spectacular auction prizes up for grabs – including a zero gravity flight on the edge of the earth’s atmosphere; a unique royal horse-riding experience with Zara Tindall MBE, and a private performance by the world-famous magician and illusionist David Blaine. Other prizes included tickets to some of the biggest entertainment and sporting events of 2017, such as the Wimbledon Men’s Final and the BAFTAs, plus the chance to get up close and personal with Niall Horan at one of his shows!
Stephen Miron, Group CEO of Global, said: “It has been a record year for Global’s Make Some Noise. By bringing together all our radio brands and our 24.6 million listeners, we have raised more than £6 million since 2014 to help disadvantaged youngsters and shone the spotlight on smaller charities and projects that otherwise may not have been heard.
A huge thank you goes to all those amazing people who have made Global’s Make Some Noise Night a massive success, including our star performers ; our friends from the music and entertainment world and of course, everyone at Global. I am so proud that we are making a real difference to thousands of young lives across the UK.”
A huge thank you to everyone who came along and supported us on this amazing night.