The postering at Bloomsbury was sparse, to say the least: but the gig was full bar two seats
Martin Awsop poses outside the theatre : maybe he's keeping an eye on that webmaster's automobile
Signposting for the Palers' Party was rather more comprehensive than that for the Procol gig itself
Sundry Palers at large ... and larger than life, Unsteady Freddie
Martin Awsop had made some excellent teeshirts showing a family tree of A Whiter Shade of Pale in various languages
These shirts were very kindly presented to many of the fellow-revellers ... as will be apparent in pictures to come
More shirts for more Palers (hello, Bryan!)
The Spanish contingent modelling these excellent garments!
Alan Garmonsway at the piano, while Jens adjusts the machinery to throw the right song-words on the wall
An impromptu trio from the usual suspects
Geoff Whitehorn is presented with his shirt
And again in close-up (Annie 'phones for support!)
A tense moment at the piano: for a moment everyone takes a break from singing!