Saturday, March 30, 2013

Being Friday the 29th of March, 2013 ...

Perhaps we’re not supposed to do happy things on Good Friday, but thirty people, (including several new faces,) hadn’t received any better offer than to attend The City Folk Club.

Dogsbody, in the chair, tried to depress everyone with a song about a sick farmer and dead sheep.
Fortunately, people didn’t share his sombre mood, and it all got much jollier.

Elayne’s offering, accompanied by Tony, put us in mind of some historic BBC footage …

Jake’s song about a fantasy world was beyond the understanding of the senior generation.
Was this a Shakespearean tragedy?

D/B was delighted when our visitor, Gary, played a tune that had nothing whatsoever to do with this railway locomotive …
A Class P2, 2-8-2, passenger locomotive designed by Sir Nigel Gresley
for the London & North Eastern Railway.

To end the evening we beheld BeHeld, before we all went home late clutching our chocolate eggs.

So ... Happy Easter, everyone.
See you next week.

 Now, don't forget to put your clocks forward by one hour.
Next time we meet will be in British Summer Time.
Kindly tell those weather-forecasting people!


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