Tuesday 8 November - the day of the US Presidential Election - there will be an evening of entertainment at the iconic Royal Festival Hall on London's South Bank to raise funds for the work of The Passage. Appropriately, this year's concert features music by the leading American composers of the 20th century - including Gershwin, Barber and Bernstein - performed by a line up of top international performers with Streetwise Opera.
There's music from Broadway too, in the form of hits from the musicals of Rodgers and Hammerstein. The concert concludes with an organ-and-orchestra arrangement of Stars and Stripes Forever, written especially for the event.
The concert is bookended by two receptions. Before the concert, there will be a welcome at 'Lenny's', an authentic pop-up American diner. After the concert, guests will experience New York during the "Roaring Twenties", complete with Art Deco interiors, live jazz and a touch of Great Gatsby glamour.
Concert tickets are available from as little as £12, with premium seats available for £60 - all include a souvenir programme. Pre- and post-concert reception tickets are priced at £30 and £70 respectively.
For more information and booking details see: http://passage.org.uk/events/a-night-under-the-stars-2016/