Superstar performs intimate gig to an intimate audience, at venue with just 140 capacity
michael baggs
08:55 18th February 2014

Prince performed the most intimate gig of his current run of London shows last night, taking to the stage at the 140 capacity Ronnie Scotts in central London.

See what was happening outside the venue in our video above

Fans queued outside the venue, some for over 12 hours, to see the music icon and his new music project, 3RDEYEGIRL perform tracks from their upcoming album, PRETZELBODYLOGIC, along with a number of classic hits.

Adele, Kate Moss, Cara Delevigne, Noel Gallagher and Nile Rogers were among the audience members.

The iconic funk superstar announced the Ronnie Scotts gig on Saturday, 15 February 2014 as part of his newly-named Hit And Run tour. The star has been playing surprise shows across London since early February, thrilling fans with the opportunity to get up close and personal with a true muisic legend in small London venues.

During the show, images of Prince were projected on the side of the building, situated at 47 Frith Street, Soho, while lucky fans partied the night away in extremely intimate surroundings with one of the biggest music stars on the planet. He performed covers of Bill Withers' 'Who Is He And What Is He To You' and The Waterboys 'Whole Of The Moon'

Prince reportedly performed:

'Shade Of Umber'
'I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man'
'Beautiful Strange'
'Who Is He And What Is He 2 U?'
'Sex Machine'
'Take Me With You'

(Piano Medley)
'Do Me Baby'
'The Most Beautiful Girl In The World'
'Diamonds And Pearls'
'The Beautiful Ones'
'Something In The Water'
'The Whole Of The Moon'







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