CAMPAIGN DIARY: Firework spectacular helped make supping warm beer worthwhile

While most of the world (or so it seemed) was living it up at Jay Pond-Jones leaving do at Quo Vadis, the Diary was hard at work attending other parties foolishly planned for the same night.

While most of the world (or so it seemed) was living it up at Jay

Pond-Jones leaving do at Quo Vadis, the Diary was hard at work attending

other parties foolishly planned for the same night.



Pretty Polly, a GGT client, had a party in Fulham but, because of Jay’s

do, no-one of the Trevor Beattie or Grant Duncan calibre was to be seen

nor, indeed, anyone else marginally interesting. It was already

dwindling at 10pm.



Thankfully, our first party had been better. VW shipped in loads of

Passats for its bash at the Design Museum, and we supped warm beer while

taking a peek at the Erotic Design exhibition.



At 9pm we duly went outside to view a truly fantastic laser and

fireworks display.



The organisers had to close a section of the Thames and get permission

from locals, Tower Bridge officials, the river police and the City

Airport authorities to stage the display.



Was it worth it? Just take a look at the pic.



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