Deep down I’m a bit of a geek. I love fashion, make-up and all thinks glamorous but deep down I also love science, solving a logic problem and more importantly film soundtracks.
There’s just something about an epic film soundtrack which is magical to me. When I listen to it, it sends shivers down my spine, sends goosebumps up my arms and makes emotions rush around my body as if I were on a roller coaster.
So when I heard my favourite film composer Hans Zimmer was in town to play his first live show I just knew I had to see him.
He’s composed a whole range of film scores including some of my personal favourites. From The Lion King to Gladiator, The Dark Knight to Inception and even Man Of Steel and 12 Years a Slave.
The man is a 21st century musical genius!
So my friend D and I hit the town and walked across the river to the show, in awe of how the twinkling London lights sparkled in the River Thames.
For those interested in my snazzy dress, here's what I wore...
We drank our Bellini’s (or three) and rushed inside to take our red velvet seats ready to enjoy the concert.
To say that it was the show of the year is an understatement. It was the most inspiring, skillful, talented and stunning show I’ve ever had the pleasure to experience.
Emotions rushed around my body. One moment I’m crying to Gladiator the next moment I’m wishing I was Superman through Man Of Steel.
The moment the music finished the whole theatre jumped up to give a standing ovation.
We cheered and whistled in genuine glee along with everyone else in the sold out concert.
I think anyone who enjoys music shouldn’t pass up the opportunity to go see him and his incredible band.
We hoped in a black cab and went home still on cloud nine from an incredible night out in London.