Splendid

onday 5th November, at 6.15pm, the Marmite Oxford Street Christmas Lights dazzled 20,000 people as they were switched on by worldwide selling artist Robbie Williams - kick starting the festive season along the world’s most famous high street, which historically takes over one billion pounds in sales during the Christmas shopping season.
Hosted by premium British department store, House of Fraser, thousands of shoppers watched the former Take That artist perform, as well as pop sensation Leona Lewis, and 4 piece guitar pop group Lawson.
For the first time ever, the Marmite Oxford Street Christmas Lights give people the chance to appear within the mile long display, with Robbie’s face the first to appear in the interactive banner.
Robbie Williams says: "Tonight’s event was incredible – the Oxford Street crowds were amazing, and it was fantastic being part of the celebrations.”
 
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