Rock legend, Robert Plant, was in Mayfair last week to play a ‘secret gig’ at a former church.
One Mayfair, formerly St Mark’s Church, in North Audley Street was the venue for the Led Zeppelin legend and his new Band of Joy.
Plant performed a number of tracks from his new album, also called ‘Band of Joy’.
The Daily Express said that the deconsecrated church was “still a fittingly spiritual setting for a set peppered with Gospel influenced tracks”.
The Independent’s reviewer commented that the Grade-I listed building makes the perfect venue for a secret gig by one of today’s rock aristocracy
Uncut Magazine said it was “interesting how comfortable Plant seems playing to a 200-strong crowd”, mostly made up of competition winners.
ASIL Nadir has been ordered not to leave his Mayfair home between the hours of midnight and 6am.
The curfew has been imposed on the businessman as part of the bail conditions laid down by the Old Bailey where he appeared yesterday.
It is reported that Nadir is renting a GBP20,000 a month property in Mayfair’s Upper Brook Street.
He returned to the UK last week seventeen years after fleeing the country amidst allegations of theft from his company, Polly Peck.