Adele headlined the main stage at Glastonbury on Saturday and she was amazing - OBVIOUSLY!   

Opening her set with Hello, the crowd were delighted – thousands singing along. 

Her nerves seemed to get the better of her though and with a quick explanation of “I don’t know what to say to you yet”, it took four tracks before she finally spoke.

“Oh my God. Oh my God. Hi,” she said. “This is the best f**king moment of my whole life” – her first of 33 swearing moments, plenty of soap and water needed for her potty mouth!

Adele then went on to give an EPIC performance of her Bond theme ‘Skyfall’.

The set did have a few hiccups, particularly when a producer came onto the stage to stop the concert and ask the audience to form a path to help a seriously ill member of the audience receive medical attention.                        

As emotions continued to run high, a Brazillian fan was asked onto the stage for a selfie – where Adele promptly burped in her face, blaming it on a ‘dirty-burger’ she ate earlier – only Adele could get away with that one. 

So… I attended Joshua Kane’s Runway Show S16, inspired by Oscar Wilde and Lily Langry, his wayward lover and muse – and it was SPECTACULAR!    

Singer-songwriter Jordan Adams was my handsome chaperone for the evening.

Chandeliers shimmered above the crowd in the stunning 18th century church, water cascades and then silence. 

Pianist Billy Lockett’s vocal fills the air and hues of fabric - blues, peacock greens, black and white poured onto the runway - the audience delighted as his first (ever) dress makes a debut – a black silk jacquard. 

Receiving a rapturous applause and a standing ovation, the ‘neo dandy man’ did not disappoint.                                                                

Elsewhere local pop R&B Artist Bronwyn, aged 17, has been in the studio honing her vocal, working with producer Neil at Redbridge Studio’s - watch this space