WPGM Reviews: Lewis Capaldi Live At The SSE Arena Wembley (In Pictures)


As part of the final few dates of his March 2020 UK arena tour, BRIT Award-winning Scottish singer and songwriter Lewis Capaldi performed two sold-out dates at The SSE Arena Wembley on March 12 and March 13, in support of his UK and US chart-topping debut album Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent, with Marianne Brits-Strodl capturing the best moments of the March 12 show.

Capaldi is back on the road again at the end of April for a 17-date tour of North America, before a full scale summer tour across the UK, Europe and America, including several festival slots such as Isle of Wight in June and Reading Festival in August, and he ends the year with two massive shows at The O2 in London on October 2 and October 4.


Photography by Marianne Brits-Strodl

Marianne Brits-Strodl

Johannesburg-born, London-based photographer, Marianne Brits-Strodl is inextricably linked with, and have a genuine passion for the live music scene. The key to Marianne’s success in the arena of music photography is the originality of her work. Not necessarily the subject matter, but in the execution thereof. In terms of style, her work possesses all the instinctive immediacy of photojournalism and its frontline documentary approach, yet she somehow always manages to marry this with the considered curation of a high fashion editorial spread.Hers are powerful images – unstaged, unrehearsed, and strikingly candid – capturing the unbridled energy and charisma of the music scene, with glimpses into the quieter, more reflective moments of its artists in between...

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