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  • Good to see The Bard of Seaton, Ted Dowse, back in action, and here he is waxing lyrical on the matter of the European Union. width:640;;height:426
  • Peter started off the evening with a great Stan Kelly song "Liverpool Lullaby" width:320;;height:480
  • Adrian followed in a typically concentrating pose. width:320;;height:480
  • Then we had Doreen, our refugee from Covent Garden, in full flow. width:640;;height:426
  • Dave with some of his good old good ones. width:320;;height:480
  • Simone, fresh from entertaining everybody on Beer beach (???) clattered on her noisy clogs and gave us some poems and songs of her own in great style. width:320;;height:480
  • Machine Gun Mike G, our favourite exponent of mediaeval rock. width:640;;height:426
  • Anita & Fran split the room into two teams for "Among the leaves so Green-oh".... width:640;;height:426
  • ... and then they enlisted Mike New to back them on "The Keel Row" width:640;;height:426
  • And Mike followed on his own, conveniently as he was already sitting there. width:640;;height:426
  • June & Andrew, the Amycrofters, did a great job with a Jeremy Taylor song, "Auntie Vera", adapted in their own style. width:640;;height:426
  • Tony Reader, colourful as always.... width:320;;height:480
  • ... and, unusually, unaccompanied by any hurdy-gurdy, drum or what-have-you, just a glass of beer. width:320;;height:480
  • Lovely to see Judy Baynham agan. width:320;;height:480
  • All the way from Walsall, at great expense, it was great to see Ian again. width:320;;height:480
  • Annie, the Colyford Nightingale, was on top form. width:320;;height:480
  • After the interval, Doreen and the Bard did a duet. width:640;;height:426
  • Another pleasant surprise was the re-appearance of Mitch..... width:320;;height:480
  • ... who showed us in  no uncertain terms why we have missed his great guitar playing width:320;;height:480
  • Fran did a really lovely song by Billy Joel, And so it Goes, on her own. width:320;;height:480
  • The Amycrofters came back on for a medley of tunes with the band augmented by Adrian and Anita. width:640;;height:426
  • The evening was put to bed by The Bard with his ode to Elvis. width:320;;height:480
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