A sold out crowd was joined by a television audience of 6.6 million viewers* to see international superstar Robbie Williams perform at the BBC’s annual concert at Central Hall Westminster.
Over the course of the evening this rose to 11.6 million, as viewers tuned in to watch the world-famous midnight fireworks display over the River Thames. This is the fourth year in a row that the BBC has selected the central London venue which has previously hosted performers including Gary Barlow and Queen + Adam Lambert in the venue’s 2,400 capacity Great Hall.
Did you miss the concert? Watch here again on BBC iPlayer (There may be some overseas countries where copy right may restrict viewing):
Paul Southern, Managing Director of Central Hall Westminster, commented:
Central Hall is now the traditional New Year’s Eve venue and we have already extended our contract with the BBC. The venue looked spectacular with an amazing mix of beautiful architecture which was enhanced by cutting edge technology. The Bitmap projections on the ceiling of the dome were jaw dropping and this type of show has opened client’s eyes to what can be achieved here. Look out for more spectacular concerts at Central Hall this year.
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