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SERIOUSFUN 2018 london GALA Tuesday, 6 November, 2018 | The Roundhouse, London

On Tuesday the 6th of November, SeriousFun Children’s Network hosted a spectacular gala at The Roundhouse in London. The evening celebrated "wishes," and the over ONE MILLION camp experiences granted to children living with serious illnesses and their family members — totally free of charge. It's been thirty years since Paul Newman first dreamt up the idea of "camp," and his impressive philanthropic legacy was honored through a series of live performances, video presentations, and readings that illustrated the important impact camp has had on children around the world and their families.

The evening raised more than £545,000 for SeriousFun Children’s Network, providing support for our 30 camps and programs around the world!

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ROLLING OUT THE BLUE CARPET

It was a super special night for SeriousFun! Hundreds of our dedicated friends and supporters came out to show London – and the world – just how much they believe in the power of camp. Continue scrolling to view our favorite photos from the carpet. ↓

Some Well-Known Voices Help Tell the Story of Camp

The star-studded evening was hosted by Natalie Pinkham, and featured musical guest Boy George, with appearances by Orlando Bloom, Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie, and the SeriousFun Campers! Continue scrolling to view our favorite photos and video from the show!

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Thank You for Supporting SeriousFun!

Bringing donors, supporters, and camper families together proved to be a recipe for an inspiring and entertaining night! Continue scrolling to view more images from the evening. ↓

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Photos by Mike Marsland/Getty

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