Gig Review – Brian May and Kerry Ellis, St Pancras Station, 1 March 2013

I only found out about this one off show to promote tiger conservation yesterday because I commute through St Pancras every day. Having done the Sunflower Jam charity show with them back in September as well as several Queen shows over the years I wasn’t going to miss the opportunity.

They played a half hour set to about 300 people who’d gathered around a tiny stage. There were a lot of press photographers there and we were able to shoot the whole show. I specifically wanted to get this elevated shot of the whole station during the performance so did about 10 minutes at the front of the stage and then headed off to the private members club at the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel as I’d arranged access in advance – you can just about spot Brian and Kerry in the bottom of the shot!!

One thought on “Gig Review – Brian May and Kerry Ellis, St Pancras Station, 1 March 2013

  1. I have been shooting concerts for 20 plus years. I am very impressed with your work. Like the low light comments as I shoot in large venues as well as the small low light clubs where as you say lighting is an afterthought if a thought at all. But you have to love the small clubs. Most of the artists at that level appreciate us.

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