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Show Of Hands (3) - The Big Gig - Live @ the Royal Albert Hall (VHS)

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  1. The Royal Albert Hall’s Dementia Friendly Film Screenings are specially arranged for those with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease to be in a comfortable and relaxed environment whilst watching a classic film, with plenty of seating available and our friendly stewarding team on hand to help.
  2. Become a Friend of the Hall Open the door to an action-packed programme of music, dance, circus, comedy, film, and more. Introductory Offer: Become a Friend today for £ per year.
  3. Show of Hands photos. Live Shots, Royal Albert Hall , No Secrets Photo Gallery, No Secrets, Abbotsbury Photo Gallery.
  4. In February their fame spread further when they were interviewed and performed live on BBC-1’s Breakfast programme and in April Steve and his songwriting was the subject of a half hour Radio 4 programme, Open Country. saw Show of Hands in great shape with a February appearance on BBC1’s flagship political programme, The Andrew Marr Show, singing Arrogance Ignorance and .
  5. They followed this with their second concert at the Royal Albert Hall which was filmed for their VHS concert film The Big Gig – Show of Hands @ The Royal Albert Hall (). The film was filmed by ITV franchise holder Carlton Productions, who broadcast it on .
  6. In , they performed their second concert at the Royal Albert Hall which was filmed for their VHS concert film The Big Gig – Show of Hands @ The Royal Albert Hall (). The film was filmed by ITV franchise holder Carlton Productions, who broadcast it on ITV Carlton as two dedicated half-hour programmes. Recording and music.
  7. Selling out the Royal Albert Hall. Despite their increasing critical acclaim and burgeoning fan base, in the mid '90s Show of Hands were finding gigs in the capital hard to come by. With the help of software designer Richard Patterson and festival organiser Steve Heap their solution was to book The Royal Albert Hall for a gig on 24 March
  8. Aug 15,  · The KIllers' new album, Imploding The Mirage, will make you feel you’re at a gig now even if their tour has been pushed back a whole year. Above: Frontman Brandon Flowers.
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