The other week we had one of our Night Shift concerts at the Queen Elizabeth Hall. These are always ‘interesting’ evenings for both Orchestra and staff. The Orchestra had flown back from the States the previous day, so were pretty jetlagged and rather tired. For staff, it’s always a busy

Night Shift audience

Night Shift audience

evening both backstage and front of house. It’s getting easier as we do more of them – but there are always so many things to think of , and its hectic, not least because not only do we have a 10pm Night Shift, but also a 7pm ‘regular’ concert as well! Anyway, it all went smoothly and we had a great audience – over 600 people, which is our biggest yet in the Queen Elizabeth Hall for a Night Shift. We also had some great feedback, which I hope the writers won’t mind me posting here.

“loved it! thank you :)”

“Just wanted to say I was at last nights Nightshift and I absolutely loved it, was such a warm and friendly atmosphere, will be attending every one from now on, and the Cello Singer before the gig she was amazing also, thanks for a great night.”

We were also mentioned on this blog and our regular photographer Joe Plommer has posted some more pictures on his blog as well.

William Norris, Marketing Director

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