Dec. 18th & 19th, 2014
Eventim Apollo in London, England
All Profitable proceeds go to the MSF and Sophie Lancaster Foundation
Dec. 19th Show
Doors at 6 / Show at 7 / Cure at 10:38 / Ended at 10:53
Setlist: The Lovecats (Hackney Colliery Band with Robert singing and Brian Cox on piano, not part of The Cure's set), Friday I'm in Love, Just Like Heaven, Boys Don't Cry. Close To Me.
Show finished with Eric Idle doing Always Look on the Bright Side of Life. Robert was onstage for it, but didn't sing with him. Or did he? Conflicting reports.
Videos: Robert & Brian doing Lovecats / Always Look on the Bright Side of Life
Photos: Robert and Brian doing Lovecats 1 - 2 / Robert on stage at the end 1 - 2 - 3 / 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 -
(Thanks to @waswasere for the setlist reports)
Dec. 18th Show
Doors at 6 / Show at 7 / Cure at 10:47 / Ended at 11
Setlist: The Lovecats (Hackney Colliery Band with Robert singing and Brian Cox on piano, not part of The Cure's set), Let's Go to Bed, Close to Me, Why Can't I Be You?, Boys Don't Cry.
(Thanks to @chriswhite65 and Vicky (via @christinefalls) for the setlist reports)
Videos: The Lovecats / Boys Don't Cry 1 - 2
Video clips: Lovecats 1 - 2 / Close to Me /
Photos: Robert & Brian doing Lovecats / 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9 - 10 - 11 - 12 - 13 - 14 - 15 -
Brian Cox: "One of my great moments... Johnny Marr playing acoustic 'There's a light...' Not as great as playing 'Lovecats'." (Thanks Warren)
As I've said on Twitter, this has to be the coolest, geekiest, and most interesting event that The Cure have ever been a part of. Wish I was there!
"The Cure will be performing a small clutch of 'Happy Hits'. How many in a clutch? We think around 3 or so... never quite sure until we count though... and in the act of counting..."
If you're going, and wouldn't mind sending the setlist, photos, videos, thoughts on the show, etc, I'd greatly appreciate it. Thanks, and have a great time at the shows!
"Let's get happy!"
Sound checking with @TheCure -getting ready for the Hamnmersmith Apollo Xmas show! @ProfBrianCox and @robinince pic.twitter.com/fHKzzWeUZj
— Heather Berlin (@heather_berlin) December 18, 2014
Little do the Cure realize after their sound check that they will be set bombed by @gregfoot #compendiumofchaos pic.twitter.com/V8xK3b71gC
— Andrea Sella (@SellaTheChemist) December 18, 2014
I am enjoying The Cure soundcheck, i think it is going to be a rather good set tonight #compendiumofchaos
— Robin Ince (@robinince) December 18, 2014
i was there. can't wait for SundayReplyDelete
Judith Smith, a friend on a facebook group is there: "Mixed bag of stuff so far, depends how much you like science !!! No Cure yet, rumour is 9pm' 12 minutes away"ReplyDelete
If it's the same as last night, they won't be on until the end. 10:45 or so.Delete
Judith Smith: "ROBERT SMITH without the band doing Lovecats accompanied by Prof Cox on piano and stage band"ReplyDelete
Thanks! Yeah, same as last night.Delete
Even pop music! Reeves still in the band!ReplyDelete
Well, yeah, ""The Cure will be performing a small clutch of 'Happy Hits'.", not going to play Siamese Twins and Cold, are they? :)Delete
Reeves isn't going anywhere. Better get used to it, eric.
I want to be sad but if The Cure continues like this is the end! :(ReplyDelete
I think we'll get some good songs at the 3 real shows coming up.Delete
I hope to have the new! I think Reeves plays his career!ReplyDelete