The Millennium Bridge Club
The Millennium Bridge Club was a series of pop up swing dance gatherings that happened during the summer of 2007 on London’s Millennium Bridge. They typically started at 4am after events such as the legendary Black Cotton Club. They finished sometime after sunrise. I retrieved this short video from my old, rusty 2007 hard drives after hearing about the death of Gary Watson this week, the organiser of the Millennium Bridge Club. I hope this video brings back some of the great memories from that era and a very tall, well dressed and inspiring man. For those wishing to attend the funeral, I’ve posted the details below the comments.
Here are the details for the funeral. His father Hamish has invited any friends of Gary’s to come, pay respects and celebrate his life.
The whole arrangements begin on Friday at 18 Watermint Quay N16 6DD Where Gary lived for over 20 years.
The whole program is as follows:
1 At 18 Watermint Quay N16 6DD Friday 19th Feb Gary will be lying from 2 pm onwards through a ‘Midnight Vigil’. All are welcome to come. There will only be tea and coffee.
2 At Watermint Quay, Saturday 20th feb Gary will be collected in Hearse to the sound of Bagpipes and driven round the Gardens to these sounds until he leave WQ for the last time.
3 At New Southgate Crematoriam from 12.45 the Bagpipes will sound again while Gary is carried by his friends into the Chapel for a celebration of Gary, his life and sad passing.
4 Afterwards there will be a gathering for some food etc and further celebration. Details on the day.
All are welcome to all 4 phases.
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