The walls of Albert Hall had the cobwebs blown off them at a 12-hour concert that took place on Saturday. With blues, rock and comedy on the program, there was something for everyone at the event.
The concert was born when Michael Kunta, a startup promoter with Roadie Productions, had missed events and concerts too much to continue without them.
He wanted to give local talent a chance to showcase their work on a bigger stage in front of a larger crowd.
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Sword-swallowing contortionist Samora Squid made a guest appearance.
The concert seating was divided into sections - a VIP space was located closest to the front, donation seating a little further back, and free seating at the back
Group tables were also dotted around the room.