Belfast, Ireland
Grosvenor Hall - May 14, 1981

The 2000 Catholics and Protestants who packed Belfast's Grosvenor Hall to hear singer Gordon Lightfoot last week were told bluntly that they couldn't leave once they entered - for fear of someone planting a bomb.  But the captive audience shook the halls with foot stomping delight when Lightfoot called for peace in the city and vowed to sing on while just two kilometres away riots were breaking out for the second night in a row following the death of IRA hunger striker Francis Hughes.