one improve on perfection? For the answer to that, I suggest
you ask Hayley for she has surely achieved it. Her concert in
Northampton was wonderful but, somehow, those in Cardiff and
London were even better.
I have rarely
attended more than one concert in a tour but I am so glad that
I made the decision to do so this time. To see it once is delightful
but you derive so much more pleasure from seeing it two or three
boys' choir Libera opened the concert in London with four songs.
Good though they were, I was anxious about the possible cuts
from the remainder of the programme which may have to be made
in order to make up the time that Libera were on stage. Now
I know that only one song was cut, I shall enjoy them more when
they make their one other appearance (in Eastbourne tomorrow).
Libera were followed by a short display of Maori Warriors doing,
well, what Maori Warriors do, I suppose! They were a spectacular
team, which somehow brought a feeling of New Zealand's traditions
right into the heart of London and paved the way for another
as ever, was fantastic and her rendition of Wuthering Heights
was simply electrifying. I met her again after the Cardiff concert,
details of which will appear in my full tour review shortly
after it's conclusion. Meanwhile, I have two more concerts still