I have featured the Miner (or Bob the builder or whoever he happens to be!) and the South Bank/its history a few times on these pages (there’s more posts in preparation too!) I have so many pictures of London’s buskers, both tube and street – and here’s another post, following the autism tweets seen yesterday (25 October)
Charlotte Campbell is a full-time busker who’s usually seen adjacent to the London Eye opposite our Miner. Although she busked at Oxford Circus specially for the first ever Night Tube opening.
Charlotte’s songs include a cover of Streets of London and her own such as Wildland
If my music takes me nowhere else, I'll always be proud that it brought me here.
First set 12.45-1.45 💜✌ pic.twitter.com/X52hoRWBK2
— Charlotte Campbell (@Ccampbellmusic) October 21, 2016
"You're a full time busker? But what do you do in the winter?"
— Charlotte Campbell (@Ccampbellmusic) October 20, 2016
It's been a grey old week so far but the Southbank is still such a happy place for me.
First set 12.40-1.40
— Charlotte Campbell (@Ccampbellmusic) October 18, 2016
Above and below: Charlotte with her admirers & just generally busking.
Here’s a tweet of Charlotte’s about a young autistic admirer via @yorkiepuddings
This is why I do what I do 😊🙏🏼💜
Thank you for sharing Beverly 🎵 https://t.co/IAvKpMrPOA
— Charlotte Campbell (@Ccampbellmusic) October 25, 2016
Charlotte’s website – covering her music, a online shop, and her own blog.