Over the last week, Camden has seen an array of gigs featuring special guests and collaborations galore for the second year of the BBC Electric Proms.
Elsewhere on the opening night Noel Gallagher joined The Coral to jam on the band’s ‘In The Rain’ (October 24) and Mark Ronson brought the funk to Camden with a set featuring guest vocalists including Ricky Wilson and Kyle Falconer from The View, while Siouxsie Sioux paid tribute to John Peel on the BBC’s annual John Peel Day.
Reverend And The Makers took the music outside on Friday night (October 26) to busk in the street, while Kaiser Chiefs teamed up with James Bond composer David Arnold and an orchestra at the Roundhouse.
With speculation that the Electric Proms could move to Liverpool in 2008 to coincide with its status as European Capital of Culture, we want to hear your ideas on what the BBC should put on.
What collaborations would you like to see? Biffy Clyro performing with a philharmonic orchestra? Franz Ferdinand teaming up with Girls Aloud? Pete Doherty and Amy Winehouse performing a night of duets?
Send your perfect collaboration ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org with Prom in the subject line and we’ll publish the best.