Sunday, May 1, 2011

Being 29th April 2011 …

Twenty-one jolly people turned off their TV sets and attended The City Folk Club.
Several accepted the challenge of wearing something in keeping with the celebratory atmosphere of the day.
Here they are …
(The fact that individuals willingly posed for these images assumes consent for publication of these photos, courtesy of Mr. Beresford Greene.)

The absence of the usual MC was much lamented, and Bill took the chair with considerable aplomb.
Here’s what we did …

Master of the Revels: Bill
Clementine (Cwm Rhondda): Colin
You Do Something to Me: Brenda & Berry
White Dress: Ken
The Last Train From Bacup: Mave
Fall in Love: Berry
Flying Cloud: Roland
Yes, Sir, That’s my Baby: Angela
Don’t Let the Sun Catch You Crying: Jane 1.2 & Colin 1.2
I Must Get Married Today: Jane 1.2 & Colin 1.2
Lavender’s Blue: Yvonne
Please Don’t Call Me Louise: Mike
False Bride: Lynda
The Bold Fisherman: Jane R.
Love is Come Again: Duncan
Dancing With You: Eddie
Going Nowhere: Mick
Bay of Biscay: Roger
Maggie Watson’s Polka: Bill
On One April Morning: Colin, Ken & Bill
Standing in the Church: Mave
It Had to be You: Brenda & Berry
All I Want is You: Angela & Roland
Bushes and Briars: Jane 1.2
Blame it on the Moon: Jane 1.2 & Colin 1.2
Don’t You be Foolish, Pray: Ken
I Want to Marry a Lighthouse Keeper: Yvonne
Butterflies: Mike & Yvonne
Peggy Gordon: Lynda
If No One Ever Marries Me: Jane R.
The Water is Wide: Duncan
Next Time Around: Eddie
Some observations about all things patriotic, royal and theological: Berry
(This offering was deemed to be an incontinent display of naked emotion. It was quickly interrupted by our astute MC. Poor Berry! Perhaps he can be persuaded to complete his dissertation in a blog post?)
Rambling Pitchfork: Mick
Farther Along: Roger
Come Write Me Down: Bill & Colin

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