An international concert pianist from Cumbria is performing at the Ulverston Music Festival tonight using only his left hand.
Anthony Hewitt, who lives in London but grew up in Ulverston, has been bringing the World's top musicians to the town for the Music Festival for twelve years.
But this year his show was almost over when he broke his shoulder and collar bone in a cycling accident.
He has devised his whole performance using just his left hand, playing pieces commissioned by an Austrian pianist - Paul Wittgenstein - who lost his right arm in the First World War.
And so the show must go on.
It's welcome news for seventeen-year-old saxophonist Jess GiIlam, who's been performing at the Festival since she was thirteen.