CATCH A FIRE London Show A Complete TRIUMPH at Southbank Centre!

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WOWWWWW! Last night’s sold out Catch A Fire show at the Queen Elizabeth Hall at Southbank Centre went off the Richter Scale of AWESOMENESS! 

‘Completely triumphant’ is how the venue described it!

We’re all still buzzing from the vibe. As ever, Brinsley Forde was FABULOUS and the guys and gals of Jazz Jamaica All Stars and Urban Soul Orchestra were OUTSTANDING! The 75-voice VoiceLab Choir was just INCREDIBLE thanks to the MAGNIFICENT direction of Mark de-Lisser.

What a FANTASTIC audience, everyone dancing and smiling. We can’t find words for it so here are some of the messages left for us on the walls of the QEH foyer by members of the audience:

 

Pure Joy x

Great atmosphere with a dream band. Had the time of my life. Many thanks x

Amazing. Proud to be Jamaican. Happy Birthday Jamaica.

A Wonderful concept. So much History, Stories and Song in tonight’s show. The playing was Immense. More More Please !! Loved it so much.

From Trenchtown to the Southbank. THIS IS CREATIVITY. You lifted my soul mind and body ( in that order) Thank you all + keep going!

This was truly a fantastic experience. Just what the good doctor ordered. Well done Guys.

Catch a Fire! Catch it while you can. It’s great!!

Wish Queen Elizabeth was here. She wuda got up and SKANKED! Thank you. JJ.

Well done guys. You have done Jamaica proud!

Thanks so much to all who supported this show, especially our volunteers – Ijeoma, James and Will and all our wonderful Lively Up! Festival team.
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