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The Prince's Trust Rock Gala: 10th Birthday (1986)

The Prince's Trust celebrates it's 10th anniversary in 1986 with a concert at Wembley Arena featuring a variety of rock stars and attended by the Prince and Princess of Wales.
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The Prince's Trust celebrates it's 10th anniversary in 1986 with a concert at Wembley Arena featuring a variety of rock stars and attended by the Prince and Princess of Wales.

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20 June 1986 (UK)  »

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Followed by The Prince's Trust Rock Gala (1988) See more »

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Everytime You Go Away
Written by Daryl Hall
Performed by George Michael and Paul Young
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Film of this concert
11 July 2012 | by See all my reviews

Does anyone know if there is any video footage of this concert available? I went with three friends and remember it as being fabulous! Artists which stood out for me were George Michael, Paul McCartney and Phil Collins. My recollection is that we were standing up and dancing all night and it was a truly memorable evening. I guess compared to today's slick and technically brilliant concerts it would seem a bit dated but at the time it was amazing!

We had seats way up high but I remember the great performers who were obviously 'top of the pops' at the time. I would love to find any coverage of the event if indeed any exists. Can anyone out there help?

I also seem to remember going onto a night club on the Thames called Barbarellas? Does anyone know if this is still in existence?

Thanks in anticipation!

Debbie


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