It was indeed a DIAMOND NIGHT in London - an extraordinary evening in the company of the legendary and much loved international star Judith Durham. The prestigious Royal Festival Hall was packed to capacity with devoted fans who'd come from all corners of the world to pay tribute to a true icon as she celebrated her 60th birthday on July 3rd 2003 with a magnificent gala concert.
In front of an adoring audience, Judith brings together for the first time all the diverse strains of her 40 year musical odyssey, reflecting matchless artistry in all styles of music as a singer, composer and lyricist. Big hits from her Seekers' days are here, and so are great melodies from other eras: from vintage jazz (that launched her prodigious recording career), ragtime (stopping the show when she plays some on piano herself), to classic standards and her own wonderful compositions - with some humorous and delightful personal moments.
This magical evening, captured on film, is an emotional testament to the enduring popularity and endearing charm and charisma of Australia's very first pop princess.