From memory the Music they played was something like this...
Hayseed Dixie - Feel like makin love
Guns N Roses - Sweet Child o Mine
Led Zep - Immigrant Song (or was it Kashmir)
Lights went out
Drone with Small Piano piece for a few seconds then Lose Yourself (not sure if this is the intro part of Lose Yourself as im not an Eminem Fan). Brian Played a few chords along with the Eminen tape whilst stood behind the curtain
spotlight on PR singing Reaching out at front of Runway.
This was quite good as PR doesnt walk down the runway from the stage - he either walks under it and appears in a trap door or he walks down the side of it at floor level and then mounts the runway at the front.
By the way Brian was having really serious technical problems during the early parts of the show. Following the intro part of Crazy Little Thing, he went to get his red special to play the middle section and solo. That didnt work at all, so he swapped for a Red Special copy which didnt work at first, He was looking over to Pete his tech and was explaining he had no sound, with less than a second to spare his guitar came alive and he effortlessly knocked out the solo - true pro that he is.
He also dropped his sixpence towards the end of the song and it looked as hough he snapped his top e string tho i couldnt be sure of this as i wasnt that close.
Later in the show his middle AC30 was replaced (centre amp in centre row).
As well as this there were the crackles etc which caused him to restart hammer to fall. (these he blamed on interference on the radio mikes from the local taxi co)
From an audience point of view these crackles werent really too disturbing apart from a couple of in the quieter version of Hammer. At all other times i didnt notice any of these.
Having now seen Queen/Rog/Brian in various guises etc over 17 times i must say this was one of the most enjoyable shows. Brian seemed to really enjoy the latter part of the show once the intial difficulties were overcome, with quite a lot of rapport between him and PR especially.
Definitely a better show than Brixton, this was tighter, slicker and generally more fun.
Cant wait for the next.
Added Bonus was Peter Kay and Patrick McGuinness appeared before the encore and had a little banter with the crowd re the max and Paddy theme tune and a bit of Amarillo. they then re-introduced Queen explaining they were going to play Under pressure which they had rehearsed that afternoon.
At the end of the encores PK & PM also appeared for a Bow.