Kate Bush is rumoured to be planning a live DVD of her comeback shows.
The surreptitious singer is in the middle of her 22-date Before the Dawn
residency at London's Hammersmith Apollo - the 52-year-old's first series of live shows in 35 years.
Tickets for the shows sold out in less than 15 minutes, but Bush is apparently recording the shows for those who missed out, reports The Huffington Post
A Kate Bush fansite has apparently posted a picture of an email sent to a ticket-holder ahead of one of next week's shows, telling the fan that the seating plan for the performance has been changed to allow for filming "for a DVD release".
Nick Levine went to Before the Dawn
on its opening night, and said it was "unlike any other live show in recent memory" - click here to read his full review of the night.
Following the hype surrounding her comeback, eleven Kate Bush albums re-entered the UK's Official Albums Chart last month (August), with 1986's best of compilation The Whole Story
securing a top ten placing.