Lewis Capaldi's mum comforts fan after brawl breaks out at Edinburgh Usher Hall homecoming show

A group of people are thought to have been involved in the fracas

Thursday, 5th December 2019, 10:46 pm
Updated Friday, 6th December 2019, 11:11 am

Superstar Lewis Capladi was forced to stop playing after a brawl between a group of people broke out in the crowd of his huge homecoming show at Edinburgh's Usher Hall on Thursday evening.

The fight broke out, believed to involve around six people, during the Bathgate star's second to last song 'Hold Me While You Wait', with Capaldi opting to stop playing while the fracas was dealt with.

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The seats vacated following the brawl (left) which forced Capaldi to temporarily halt his Usher Hall show

A video seen by the Evening News - which you can watch here - shows a group of people involved in the altercation before being ejected from the city centre venue while fans around them begin to boo.

An eyewitness said that Capaldi's mum could be seen comforting a woman following the fight which forced the singer to halt the show for around five minutes before he continued to finish where he had left off.

More to follow.