Ealing Music and Film Festival marked its fourth anniversary with a sell-out performance at St Barnabas Church last Friday.

The annual event, which celebrates the arts, treated the packed audience to an array of performances focusing on music and film.

Julian Gallant, artistic director, predicted the event will continue to prosper.

He said: "Every year we learn a little bit more, and the main thing is the variety of it all. When you've done it four times you build up regular support from fans and sponsors alike, who will hopefully come back.

"Next year we will look to change the theme, but we will keep the same spirit."

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The festival took place across Ealing venues including the Town Hall, The Red Room (formerly The Ealing Club) and St Mary's Church.

But it was one of the pieces at St Barnabas Church called Belshazzar’s Feast which grabbed the attention - an extravagant piece of work requiring around 200 people on stage.

Mr Gallant added: "The Ealing Youth Orchestra took up what I at first thought was an incredibly ambitious project.

"They performed an incredible piece called Belshazzar’s Feast with the London Oriana choir and LCM Chorus. It was an explosive and amazing experience."