Boy band Twenty Twenty kicked off the night brilliantly for an audience which was really receptive to their punk/pop/rock songs, including single Love To Life which will be available to download from April 3.
They had great stage presence and at the end of the concert people flocked for the opportunity to get something signed by the group and to pose for a photo together.
Second support act Six-D delivered pop with well choreographed dances, but were quite a contrast. They would appeal directly to a younger audience and we didn't think they had quite the same effect as Twenty Twenty.
The Saturdays' entrance was received by a hysterical audience and they kicked off their set with one of their latest numbers – Higher. Costumes were great and during the changes they showed clips from their TV series The Saturdays 24/7 so the audience were never bored. They sounded very good live and could co-ordinate their singing with dance routines to deliver flawless performances. They communicated well with the audience and their personalities shone through on stage, which can sometimes be difficult.
Overall it was a very enjoyable night and everything tied together to make an excellent show that we enjoyed greatly.