Spandau Ballet's Martin Kemp on bitter rows, reunions and partying in Dublin
When Spandau Ballet temporarily relocated to Dublin in 1985, it wasn't for creative purposes. The New Romantic pin-ups had moved here to take advantage of Ireland's generous tax regime for artists, setting up shop in Stillorgan and Dun Laoghaire to write Through the Barricades. But they'd also come for the party.
'I’m going to stick my neck out and say that we were the best live British band of the Eighties': Gary Kemp on Spandau Ballet in their heyday
Dylan Jones watched Gary Kemp shoot the video that would launch Spandau Ballet to stardom. Thirty years later, they meet again.