Henry Scott-Irvine considers this gathering to have been unique in the history of rock: what other band (retrieving musicians and songs from such an august 30-year history) would contemplate playing, without being paid even expenses, as the guests of its fans?
How it started – Internet postings as the news of the Redhill concert broke
Three pages of Pictures of Fans gathering before and after the concert
Several pages of Pictures from the Harlequin Theatre
Have a look at the actual set list retrieved from the Redhill stage
The text of Douglas Adams's excited introduction
Who played what? A song-by-song guide to the evening's instrument-swapping
First in from Redhill – Jens Anders Ravnaas reports, on his return to Norway, 21 July 1997
The Grand Finale? Redhill postings from America On-Line, 22 July 1997
Impressions from the Harlequin Lobby – reflections on the Redhill show by Leonard Boehm
Thirty Years of Procol Harum and A Whiter Shade of Pale – a Redhill memoir by Pat Keating
Happy Birthday Sweet Thirty – superbly-enjoyable article translated from Poland's Tylko Rock
Hans Volkhardt's images
This Old Cat – Roland Clare's widely-enjoyed and comprehensive account of the Redhill experience.
Notes on Henry Scott-Irvine's films from the Procol party
Merchandise from Redhill – splendid memorabilia still available – including the excellent 32-page souvenir programme, reviewed here.
July 1998: 'Beyond the Pale' looks back 365 days to Redhill
July 2002: five years on … 'Beyond the Pale' looks back; pages of Redhill pictures: here, here, here, here and here