Sunday Driver at the Queen Elizabeth Hall

Sunday Driver at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, giving it some Indian vibes

Sunday Driver at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, giving it some Indian vibes

On Thursday, Sunday Driver played in the bar of the Queen Elizabeth Hall on the Southbank. We were the warm-up act for the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, who were playing a late-night concert as part of the NightShift.

I was a wee bit nervous about the concert, given the high concentration of music boffins at the Southbank.¬† I suffer terribly from imposter syndrome and was convinced a proper clarinet player was going to turn up and expose my flaws. Or at least question whether I’m actually breathing from my diaphragm while wearing a corset (for the record, yes I do…)

It was a really great gig Рthere were loads of people there Рa very appreciative crowd Рand many of the punters who were coming out of the earlier concert stayed to watch our set. We sold a few CDs and got booked for another gig, so all in all a very successful evening. And I got to eat a really delicious blackberry meringue from the QEH cafe  :)

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