Dogsbody counted the following:
151 wounds, one of which was mortal, two murders, two Biblical deaths, one execution, one deportation, one account of cross-dressing, at least one exposed snow-white breast, an indeterminate number of drunken women, a plethora of seductions and several trains running through the Rossendale Valley.
What more could you desire on a Friday evening?
Father and Son: Paul
Sun's Gonna Shine in my Back Door: Angela
Orphan Girl: Lynda
(Three or) Four Drunken Maidens: Dave
My Favourite Things (parody): Sylvia T.
The Taxi-Driver and the Trawlerman's Wife: John
Lonely With You: Eddie
Indian Tea: Ken
Last Train From Bacup: Mave
Dives and Lazarus: Roger
Willie Taylor: Colin
The Four Marys: Margaret
Bold General Wolfe: Nigel
The Jolly Tinkers: Bill
I'm a Believer: Molly
Goodbye my Love: Paul
Le Premier Bonheur du Jour: Angela
The Day We went to Bangor: Molly & Dave
The Tower: Dave
Bad Times Just Around the Corner: Sylvia T.
Sweet Thames Flow Softly: John
I Gave my Love a Cherry: Eddie
So Sad (To Watch Good Fruit Go Bad): Ken
The Seasons of the Year: Mave
I Need Your Love so Bad: Roger
The Rambling Sailor: Colin
We'll Sing in the Sunshine: Margaret
Emu Plains: Nigel
Mossy Banks of the Lea: Bill
Rolling Home: Nigel
In spite of the content of our performances, everyone went home alive, physically intact, fully clothed and unmolested.
Dogsbody dreamed about trains again ...
That's an ex-LMS 0-6-0T 3F 'Jinty' at Bury Station on the East Lancs Railway.