It may only end up being a one off, but a BBC commitment from former Genesis to reunite for a documentary the network is producing could open the door to the group performing together for the first time since Peter Gabriel parted ways with Phil Collins, Mike Rutherford, Tony Banks and Steve Hackett. Peter Gabriel recently indicated for the first time that he was no longer staunchly opposed to the idea of playing together. A live performance would certainly add an exciting dimension to the documentary that will delve into the history of the Prog Rock masters. A Gabriel web site post says the group managed to '...perplex and enrage the die-hards' by heading in an increasingly pop direction during its last incarnation. No broadcast timetable has yet been announced, nor have details about where and when a live performance might be stage staged.
Royal Albert Hall would be quite a setting, but O2 Arena or a BBC studio might be more likely