Coronation weekend is upon us. We all know what that means. OK, actually, I’m not quite sure. And you probably aren’t either. Should we have a street party? Should there be a coup? Heading to Dubai to have quiche or epping sticks? The rat has been getting up for three days or pledging allegiance to our new sovereign?
will be enhanced by the Coronation Concert
National ambivalence about the event – stemming, naturally, from a general confusion not only about the monarchy but about the British public’s loyalty to the late Queen Elizabeth – created an atmosphere of general awkwardness. Which will be increased only from the coronation ceremony to be held on Sunday. , due to be broadcast live on the BBC at 8pm
Far from fulfilling an old-fashioned fever dream of military fanfare and thousands of horses, and fueling republican indignation and imperial reverence to bring the nation together through the sacred medium of music, the concert’s line-up only confirms Britain is a country that does not know what it is and who it is.
On the line-up for the concert, adding some stardust to the tearful Community Coronation Choir, “Time for Another Drink” by the Royal Shakespeare Company and “Ow, It’s Good” by the Royal Ballet are Take That, Katy Perry, Nicole Scherzinger, Lionel Richie, Olly Murs, and Pete Tong Ibiza Classics. if you’ve ever seen
dust the sponge with icing sugar
a harmonious bill. Sipping your tea and buttering your scones, Gary Barlow, 52, floats and swoons around the stage in a black tucked-in shirt, dusting his sponge with icing sugar as Scherzinger shows you his buttons , tells the babe to loosen up, and bites off. Your cucumber sandwich crust comes off as soon as Pete Tong drops the bass on “Show Me, Love.”
Royal Shakespeare Company and “Ow, Init Good” Royal Ballet,
On the line-up for the concert, the teary Community Coronation Choir adding some stardust, “Time for Another Drink” by the Royal Shakespeare Company and “Ow, It’s Good” by the Royal Ballet Take That, Katy Perry, Nicole Scherzinger | Lionel Richie, Olly Murs and Pete Tong Ibiza Classics. A harmonious bill if you’ve ever seen one. Sipping your tea and buttering your scones, Gary Barlow, 52, floats around the stage in a black tucked-in shirt.
Pete Tong dropped bass on “Show Me, Love”.
Swoon, dust your sponge with icing sugar as Scherzinger asks you to unbutton her, babe. Bite into the crust on your cucumber sandwich as Pete Tong drops the bass on “Show Me Love.”