The Communards

The core Communards trio, Jimmy Somerville, Richard Coles and Sarah Jane Morris, played the Royal Albert Hall, London in 1986, one of the most memorable concerts ever, after their string of hits culminating with Don't Leave Me This Way, which had been top of the singles charts for four weeks. This full page from the UK music magazine is also available for high-resolution download. It makes a good little poster if you print it out.

Click here to download a 1.6Mb file (you can even read the words)

Bronski Beat/Communards at the Stereo Society (selected links):
To Bronski Beat/Communards Central (all links)

To Smalltown Boy production commentary
To Why? production commentary
To Age Of Consent production commentary
To Hundreds & Thousands production commentary

To the Communards' album production commentary

To Sarah Jane Morris' homepage
To the full text of Sarah Jane's interview

The Communards at the Royal Albert Hall

Bronski Beat/Communards at the Stereo Society (selected links):
To Bronski Beat/Communards Central (all links)

To Smalltown Boy production commentary
To Why? production commentary
To Age Of Consent production commentary
To Hundreds & Thousands production commentary

To the Communards' album production commentary

To Sarah Jane Morris' homepage
To the full text of Sarah Jane's interview