|Are we sure about this, Carol?|
By the way, you are looking particularly slim
in this digitally compressed image.
Dogsbody wandered the streets to engage with and encourage five new faces to join our gathering.
Welcome, Ed, Simon, Irene, Amy and Melissa.
Simon, Ed and family found us through our friendship with Evershed Arts
Melissa found us on-line.
(Keep watching. The blogs are now restored.)
As 8.20pm approached, Angela, somewhat cold and moist, was discovered sauntering dejectedly along Whyke Lane in the drizzle.
“Don’t worry,” said Dogsbody, “I’ve boiled the kettle!”
Mike took the chair claiming the everything is his fault.
|Do not sit here!|
Moseley fell over ...
Of course, we had several ‘left-overs’ from the sponsored requests effort.
Performers were encouraged.
Listeners heard what they wanted to hear.
... and there are many more to come.
Pam, fulfilled a request.
Accompanied by Les, she invoked even more rain ...
Berry said he was only pretending ... to do precisely what remains questionable ... but he done good!
Elayne suffered a nightmare in a second-class carriage ...
|Before embarking for the continent from Harwich.|
We heard once more of lepidopterae, yellow roses, an ancient castle and a Shakespearean tragedy.
|Remember. Remember ...|
- Nobody really died.
- No limbs were severed.
- Nothing of serious consequence happened out of wedlock.
- Was there an over-night ferry after the train?
That was a particularly good night!
Thank you to everyone who came along, performed, passed and watched from the side-lines.
More of the same on Friday, 28th, and, please remember, not on 7th March.