This week from the red carpet

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Saturday night at the intimate 500 capacity Bush Court, Shepherd’s Bush, London saw the now annual fund raising concert in aid of the charity set up in the memory of Nick Alexander, who was murdered when terrorists stormed the Bataclan music venue in Paris where he was selling merchandise for the rock band Eagles of death Metal. 

This years sell out event took place at the 1900’s iconic Bush Hall, Shepherd’s Bush and featured five talented acts who all performed for free.. The night kicked off with Guilford four piece indie band Sophie & the Giants who’s short set of edgy and euphoric music was well received by most there . Duke Spirit’s front lady Liela Moss’s set followed, performing tunes from her newly released solo album “My Name Is Safe In Your Mouth”. Special Guest performance of the night came from Supergrass’s  ex drummer Danny Goffey  who treated us to a set of sing along gritty guitar driven tunes before retreating to the drums for the bands last tune ‘Trials’ … The Hunna performed an intimate acoustic  set belting out many of their anthems. It’s easy to see why this four piece have graced the stage of many top UK Festivals and have just released details of a forthcoming European wide  2019 tour . Their tunes are catchy, it seemed everyone in the hall knew their music turning the set into deafening a sing-along karaoke party.. watch out for these guys they are going places.

Headliner for the night was Radio one favourite Tom Grennan  who’s celebrity fans include the likes of Liam Gallagher and Elton John. His indie-pop tunes are catchy , the volume generated by the capacity crowd could be mistaken for much bigger venue, it was even rumoured Noel Gallagher was turning up to check out his tunes, having watched his beloved Manchester City win earlier in the day . The set of seven tunes includes  ‘Barbed Wire’ , ‘Praying’ and a great rendition of Amy Winehouse’s hit ‘You Know I’m No Good’ before finishing with the fans favourite ‘ Found’ …..the nights live music was finished off with a lively rendition of U2’s ‘One Love’ performed by all the acts and a backing choir of almost 500 happy punters.

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Magic FM hosted their 2018 Christmas at the London Palladium with a concert featuring top acts that included Catherine Jenkins, Alfie Boe, Boyzone, Rick Astley, The Shires, and Gabrielle. Kylie Minogue was also supposed to headline this show, however she had to cancel after falling ill in Germany the night before, her place was filled by Jack Savoretti. 

Catherine Jenkins stole the show with her elegant scarlet ruffled dress and flowing huge trail which filled the stage. Catherine, who’s new album ‘Guiding Light’ was released this week, revealed she is ready for Christmas, with her Xmas tree already up and decorated  silver and white, she also admitted to still watching Strictly Come Dancing and loving Sprouts with her Christmas dinner.

Ronan Keating meanwhile admitted to have his tree up dressed in red white and green with a ‘Polar Express ‘ train going around the bottom of it!! 



The Roundhouse in Camden hosted this years BAFTA Children awards, with stars from the small screen, along with cinema in attendance.

Amongst the winner were Justin Fletcher – presenter award, Chloe Lea – young performer and Clive Juster who won the special award. 

Warwick Davis and family , Helen Glover, Steve Backshall  and Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo all graced the red carpet, it was especially good to see Paul Elliott there with his cheeky grin who must have found this event hard after the death of his brother and comedy partner Barry, who sadly passed away back in August. 


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