Sarah was stunningly modest throughout. It seemed that she was rather nervous at first, but after the first couple of songs, and very loud applause and cheering from the audience, she got very much into her element. Face it - we all adored them, and I think that gave them, or her in particular, a lot of confidence. On Not so manic now a large chunk of the audience sang along enthusiastically, after which Sarah said, "you sound fabulous." I pointed out, "so do you!" "Oh, bless you!" she replied. :-) And she thanked the audience on many occasions. Tch. She and Chris and Steve were the ones putting on an entertaining show - we were just standing there and enjoying the show. :-)
Afterwards, I noticed that Chris was on the stage putting away his stuff and that some of the audience were going up to him and chatting and getting photos and autographs, so I walked in that direction, and realised that Sarah was at the front of the stage doing the same, so I managed to get my copy of Disgraceful signed (the original version, with the slightly dubious front cover picture), to say a few words, and also to have a picture taken with her. Which was lovely. Sadly, by this point Chris had disappeared into the ether, and there was no sign of Steve, but even so, that was very much the icing on the cake.
And a video (not from last night, but hey, who's complaining..?)