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malcolm chamberlain

musings about the emerging church, mission and contemporary culture...

God is at large, intimately involved in his world in ways that the church is maybe just waking up to!

amazing...

Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Yeh yeh, I know I've been going on about it a bit over the last week or so, what with the abandoned concert and all, but I have to state here that Kylie puts on an amazing show! For pure entertainment value alone, last night was one of the best night's out I've had in a very long time! Kylie came on stage to rapturous applause at about ten past 8 and finally finished up at well past 11pm, after the usual encores and a couple of extra treats for the tour's final night! Even allowing for the 25 minute interval, that's over two and a half hours of top-rate performance, complete with revolving stages, breathtaking laser and light shows, large screen projections and the expected outrageous costumes. Value for money, especially given the fact that we'd already had an hour or so ten days before! As the t-shirts specially designed for last night wittily stated: "... it was a show and a half"!

I can stop my fixation now and get on with normal life...!

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