Star from Netflix's hit show Bridgerton celebrates bagging momento from The Prodigy's famous Milton Keynes gig

The rising star got her hands on a copy of the iconic band's famous performance at the Milton Keynes Bowl.

Friday, 23rd April 2021, 12:06 pm

Bridgerton star Ruby Barker took to Twitter yesterday to celebrate the arrival of a must-have memento from The Prodigy's performance at the Milton Keynes Bowl.

The actress tweeted her pleasure at receiving a vinyl copy of The Prodigy's 2010 World On Fire gig in Milton Keynes.

The set can be watched in full on YouTube. The show was on July 24 2010 and marked a time when the band were at the height of their powers, enjoying a second peak. They were riding a wave after the remarkable success of their Invaders Must Die album, which had topped the UK album charts the previous year.

The hour-plus show mixed the smash hits from their latest album such as: Invaders Must Die and Take Me to the Hospital and timeless floorfillers like Breathe and Firestarter.

Such was the importance of this gig to the band, that the remaining members re-lived it online last year to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the show.

Band members, Liam Howlett and Maxim, shared memories from the gig on the 10th anniversary. Whilst a celebration of The Prodigy at their blood-pumping best, the look back was also filled with poignancy, given the band's frontman, Keith Flint's death on March 4 2019 at the age of 49.

The show is a mirage of noise, energy and lights. Beyond the band's unique mesh of rock stylings and techno sounds, you have strobe lights and all sorts of different lights flashing through the night's sky. While the crowd resemble a mass of squashed bodies jumping and shouting in unison.

Keith Flint at the Milton Keynes Bowl in 2010