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  • Annie's Orchestra with Peter and a rousing "Bottle of Wine" opened the second half. width:640;;height:426
  • Peter started the evening off, allowing himself two songs on this occasion. width:640;;height:426
  • Adrian, on guitar, gave us "Ay Oop me Duck". width:320;;height:480
  • Dave with his magnificent percussion section. width:320;;height:480
  • Doreen reported that she'd "Left her Heart in an English Garden". width:320;;height:480
  • Mike N with his newly restored guitar enjoined us all to "Take it To the Limit" width:640;;height:426
  • Ceri led the assembled chorus in "Will Ye Go Lassie"... width:320;;height:480
  • ... and then called Malcolm up and told the tale of "When Johnny Kneels and Kisses Me".... intriguing... width:640;;height:426
  • ... and left Malcolm on his own to bring out the banjo for good old "Tom Dooley". width:640;;height:426
  • Anita, having sprouted an autoharp, the first time... got Adrian to back her on "Devil's Dream".... width:640;;height:426
  • .... and then with Adrian switched to guitar, told of "My Young Man". width:640;;height:426
  • Mike G with a song from his favourite mediaeval song writer, John Dowland, "Come Again Sweet Love". width:320;;height:480
  • And now for something new.... Olly played the banjo and..... width:640;;height:426
  • .... Jo did some really classy dancing. width:320;;height:480
  • Annie, in her usual impeccable style, with "Up with the Larks in the Morning" width:320;;height:480
  • The Bard of Seaton himself, Monseigneur Ted Dowse, gace us a timely lecture on the evils of drinking ouzo, which we all took to heart. width:320;;height:480
  • Dave with finely tuned rythym section came back with "Star of the County Down". width:320;;height:480
  • Doreen's song for the second half was "We'll gather Lilacs in the Spring Again" width:320;;height:480
  • Ceri & Malcolm joined forces for "Its Good to See You" width:640;;height:426
  • Adrian got his banjo out again to play a clog dancing fiddle tune (of course..) called, so Hilary tells me, Ricket Fire Dance.... sounds like a disease to me... width:320;;height:480
  • Mike N got the chorus singers going with "Things". width:320;;height:480
  • Then another little spot from Olly on his banjo.... width:320;;height:480
  • .... twinkle toed Jo.... width:320;;height:480
  • .... with, amongst other tunes, "Shady Grove". width:640;;height:426
  • The Bard finished off the evening firts with a song called "Here's Looking at You".... width:320;;height:480
  • .... and then joined by Mike N for, appropriately, "Save the Last Dance for Me". width:640;;height:426
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