I was back taking photos at performances. This time it was four performances by the students of the South Bank University, who had two weeks to develop performances in the church of St. George the Martyr. I haven't done performances for such a long time and I enjoyed it so much I almost forgot that my shoulders don't work (until I was reminded by the pain that occurred when I tried to lower myself to the floor), but I had such a great time it didn't really matter (so give me more I say).
I guess today would be remembered as the day I bumped into the smiling Rod Stewart and his wife somewhere in Mayfair (close to the house with Jimi Hendrix's and Handel's blue plaques), but as I am not it will be remembered for Omni's concert in Rough Trade
and the wonderful evening at the Monarch entitled Charlotte Campbell presents the Songwriters'circle
in which four female buskers from London (well busking in London)
a few days before the concert (and we sung Happy Birthday at the concert),
she deserves two photos (and all the other performers from the evening to be totally ignored (in this blog, not otherwise). On second thought, that might be a bit harsh, so here is a photo of her brother from the same evening