Video report by Andy Dickenson
Brighton's superstar DJ Fatboy Slim is putting on a free show tonight for NHS and emergency workers.
He was originally asked to record a 'thank you' message for frontline staff during the pandemic, but he decided to go one better with a party that's costing him around £60,000 to put on.
It features the work of Hove photographer Jessica van der Weert - who gained exclusive access to medical staff, documenting their heroics during the first lockdown.
The artist, whose real name is Norman Cook, will play the gig in his hometown of Brighton.
Among the doctors, nurses, paramedics and emergency workers on the dance floor, will be staff from the local Martlets Hospice - of which Norman's an ambassador.
"Recently, friends of mine who work in the NHS asked me to send a little video message to thank and cheer on the frontline troops and in it I, (half) jokingly said, we should all have a big party together when this is all over." Cook said.