Published by BK on the Scene | Nicholas Chan | November 3, 2015
It was a dual partnership when Dignitas International combined with the premiere of the new James Bond movie Spectre at the Scotia Bank theatre in downtown Toronto. Founded in 2004, Dignitas International is a leader in health systems. They work with patients, health care workers, researchers and policymakers.
They are advocates of better health care policy and practice for marginalized and underserved populations around the world. Since they began, they have put over 200,000 people on HIV treatment. George Stroumboulopoulos was the celebrity host for the evening as he welcomed the guest to the Spectre preview.
After the movie the after party was held at The Drake One Fifty at 150 York St. It was a short distance from the theatre and patrons were treated to signature drinks that even James Bond would be proud of……..it was “Shaken and Not Stirred” for the dedicated fans of the Bond series. The D.J. kept the patrons dancing all night long and the venue supplied some appetizing delights and cocktails to quench the thirst of the fans of Secret Agent.
We would like to thank Touchwood P.R. for the invitation to this event.