Election night event at Royal Festival Hall


by Sunny
2nd May, 2010 at 10:50 am    

Hello all, if you’re stuck for something on election night, you could always come here…

Election Night Special

Phillip Blond talks about his controversial book Red Tory and the direction of a new politics. Joining him on election night are broadcaster and entrepreneur Julia Hobsbawm, founder of media networking business Editorial Intelligence and Martin Bright, political commentator and political editor of The Jewish Chronicle. Share your opinions on the future of progressive politics on the site where New Labour celebrated victory in 1997.

They forgot to add my name but I’m meant to be speaking too. Obviously, I’m the star attraction :)
I’ve been asked to speak about the future of progressive politics. Not figured out what exactly I’m going to say yet. Thoughts?

The RFH is also showing the results coming in on a big screen with Twitter feeds and all the rest, from 10pm, if you want somewhere lively to go. The second event is free to attend.


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  1. sunny hundal

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  4. sunny hundal

    @_BrownEyedGirl for election night? come here! http://www.pickledpolitics.com/archives/8511 – i'll get you in


  5. Martin Bright

    RT @sunny_hundal: not sure where to watch the election tomorrow? come see me talk about future of progressive politics: http://bit.ly/cQl6Gf


  6. sunny hundal

    If you're not sure where to watch the election tomorrow, come see me talk about the future of progressive politics: http://bit.ly/cQl6Gf


  7. Liberal Conspiracy » What are your predictions? Election day open thread

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  1. Martin Bright — on 2nd May, 2010 at 10:56 am  

    You are indeed the star attraction. Your name will be in lights as soon as I can get hold of someone.

    And do come along to the Election Night Open Salon event that follows. Sign up at Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=117962124894204&ref=ts

  2. Naadir Jeewa — on 2nd May, 2010 at 12:25 pm  

    The only way forward is to embrace the ideology of the “We Are All Giant Nuclear Fireball Now Party“.

    Trust me.

  3. dave bones — on 2nd May, 2010 at 1:56 pm  

    That sounds like fun if the bar stays open.

  4. KJB — on 2nd May, 2010 at 3:08 pm  

    I’m staying in with David Mitchell, Charlie Brooker and that creepy-eyed little man who looks like he wears eyeliner, thanks.

  5. XXX — on 2nd May, 2010 at 6:30 pm  

    “Not figured out what exactly I’m going to say yet. Thoughts?”

    How about: ‘I don’t know what the hell to talk about because I don’t really have many of my own thoughts. But I’ve blagged myself a position as a British Asian voice even though I hate the colour of my skin.” :-)

  6. turtle neck — on 2nd May, 2010 at 6:41 pm  

    Obviously, I’m the star attraction :)

    Especially during the intermission when people want to buy tubs of ice cream?

  7. dave bones — on 3rd May, 2010 at 12:31 pm  

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