In the quiet kitsch Hanbury Arms pub near to Essex Road, Islington, people are coming together to do what many haven’t done for decades: sit quietly together to listen to an entire vinyl. Classic Album Sundays is quite a simple concept but is resonating with many. Classic albums include such corkers as Human League’s Dare, Bob Marley’s Exodus and – coming up in September – Pink Floyd’s seminal album Dark Side of the Moon. Organizer Colleen Murphy presents the album to the discerning crowd with some background information and then everyone listens in silence to the entire vinyl album. The monthly event is popping up at festivals including Vintage at Southbank during August and, considering the steady flow of listeners, is sure to continue for many months to come.