British Heart Foundation/ BHF Film ANGINA MONOLOGUES by Grey London, PHD London

Adsarchive » Film » British Heart Foundation/ BHF » ANGINA MONOLOGUES

ANGINA MONOLOGUES

Pin to Collection
Add a note
Industry Charities, Foundations, Volunteers
Media Film
Market United Kingdom
Agency Grey London
Director Geoff Posner
Executive Creative Director Nils Leonard
Creative Director Vicki Maguire
Art Director Andy Garnett
Copywriter Dan Cole
Producer Lucy Ansbro, Victoria Wood, Martin Dance, Hazel Stoker, Simon Wells
Account Supervisor Annie Gallimore
Editor James Collett
Agency PHD London
Production Phil McIntyre Entertainment
Released December 2010

Credits & Description

Category: Public Health & Safety
Advertiser: THE BRITISH HEART FOUNDATION
Product/Service: CHARITY
Agency: GREY LONDON
Production Company: PHIL MCINTYRE ENTERTAINMENTS, London, London, UNITED KINGDOM, UNITED KINGDOM
Production Company: DRUM PHD, London, London, UNITED KINGDOM, UNITED KINGDOM
Date of First Appearance: Dec 21 2010
Executive Creative Director: Nils Leonard
Creative Director: Vicki Maguire
Copywriter: Dan Cole
Art Director: Andy Garnett
Agency Producer: James Covill
Account Supervisor: Annie Gallimore
Advertiser's Supervisor: Nick Radmore
Producer: Lucy Ansbro/Victoria Wood/Martin Dance/Hazel Stoker/Simon Wells
Director: Geoff Posner
Editor: James Collett
Sound Design/Arrangement: N/A
Post Production: David Woolley (Audio)
Animation: Component
Cameraman: Nigel Saunders
Music: Edward Stove - Angina Monologues
Account Manager: Sophie Fredheim
Planner: Nick Hirst
Cinematographer: N/A
Director Of Photography: N/A
Editing Company: Preditors
Other Credits: Production Manager - Elizabeth Flowers/Event

English Description
The Angina Monologues was a one-night only comedy event by the British Heart Foundation, to raise awareness of heart disease amongst women. Hosted by multi BAFTA winning Victoria Wood, the night featured some of the UK’s funniest comedians, including Jo Brand, Katy Brand, Roisin Conalty, Julia Davis, Jessica Hynes, Alex Jessop, Ria Jones, Alex Jessop, Vicky Pepperdine, Joanna Scanlan, Isy Suttie and Harriet Thorpe.

Held at London’s prestigious Theatre Royal Haymarket, the night attracted a sold-out audience of paying guests, journalists and celebs. Featuring stand-up, sketches and music from the star-studded performers, many also wrote original material exposing the facts around heart disease or exploring the psychology behind women’s tendency to ignore affairs of the heart.