It was not announced beforehand, but in the end the whole of Pink Floyd showed up at the Barbican to pay their respects to Syd Barrett, the man who invented the group in 1965.

Roger Waters, who closed the first half of the Madcap’s Last Laugh show on his own, was the only performer not to sing one of Barrett’s songs, but spoke instead of his memories of the mercurial singer, guitarist and songwriter, who died almost a year ago.

And right at the end, David Gilmour, Rick Wright and Nick Mason emerged from the wings to perform the first Pink Floyd single, Arnold Layne, lending historical weight to a tribute concert that was designed with scrupulous attention to detail by the producer and writer.

This 4 page program was given away for free to those lucky enough to have been there.

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