the last one on stage after a long evening, with loads of great performers (way to many to include in a single blog post, so for the other photos you will just have to look elsewhere... c'mon, I know you can find them if you try).
to get work as a dance photographer after a while, this time a different type of dance, in a different country (yet for the time being still a part of the EU)
but after that I had to rush across London (yes, I had to cross the Thames) to the beloved and dinky Green Note in Camden to see the Girls to the Front concert. Unfortunately I missed the first three acts, but I caught the following three (Lucas and the King - I have no idea whether she is Lucas or the King - I should have asked really).
and of course the birthday girl from the Playing house.
It all started with coffee in this year's Serpentine Pavilion (designed by Francis Kéré)
which was followed by a visit to the Serpentine Gallery (showing Grayson Parry's The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever!)
and the Serpentine Sackler Gallery (showing Arthur Jafa's A Series of Utterly Improbable yet Extraordinary Renditions).
Following a walk through Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens (and lunch) I caught an early concert in the Rough Trade in Brick Lane (where I saw Hanni El Khatib) after which I swiftly boarded the tube to Camden where I went to see three bands at The Monarch.
After all this I thought I might as well go home, so I jumped on the bus back home. Good night everyone.