Clueless at the Keys with Colin Sell

Colin Sell. the much maligned pianist on Radio 4’s I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue, joined us in Edinburgh last week for a fundraising evening of entertainment.

Over the course of the evening, Colin treated the audience at Colinton Parish Church to music and anecdotes from a career which has seen him working with some of the biggest names in British comedy. He also shared his passion for silent cinema, playing live to the Buster Keaton classic, One Week,

On the evening we were also joined by musical guests from the Firrhill High School Ceilidh Band and the Tartan Ribbon Community Choir.

The event helped raise an amazing £1,250 to support Waverley Care’s work providing support to people living with HIV and Hepatitis C.

A huge thank you to Colin, to the students from Firrhill and to the Tartan Ribbon Choir for putting on a fantastic show for our audience.

To finish, here are some of our favourite tongue-in-cheek digs at Colin’s talent from I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue.