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  • The fantastic Teacups dropped in to help make a most memorable evening. width:640;;height:426
  • Adrian started off the evening in great style and bright red jumper. width:320;;height:480
  • Doreen brought her usual class to the proceedings with her rendition on Blowing in the Wind width:640;;height:426
  • Mike G, announced as the "foremost exponent of mediaeval rock" didn't disappoint width:640;;height:426
  • Annie gave us "Ramble Away" on the guitar..... width:320;;height:480
  • ... and "Stanton Drew" on the dulcimer.... width:320;;height:480
  • .... both immaculate width:640;;height:426
  • Malcolm was also multi-instrument with his banjo..... width:320;;height:480
  • .... and then his guitar width:640;;height:426
  • Chard's finest, Nic Parsons, always good value width:320;;height:480
  • A blast from the past: Chris Bolton was one of the first singers when Jurassic Folk started more than 6 years ago, but we haven't seen him for several intervening years.... so welcome back width:320;;height:480
  • Olly and Jo, having acquired a guitar player, have renamed themselves.... width:640;;height:426
  • .... rather ambitiously, or recklessly, as Itchy Fingers and Twitchy Feet.... I think I've got that right width:640;;height:426
  • Greg Hancock was in one of his sombre moods, but sounded great width:320;;height:480
  • Brought along by Greg, Ben Norcombe impressed with some really fancy guitar work width:640;;height:426
  • What a bit of luck.... width:640;;height:426
  • .... they just happened to be in the area.... width:320;;height:480
  • .... on a tour publicising their fabulous new album.... width:640;;height:426
  • .... The Teacups! width:640;;height:426
  • The Bard himself finished off before the interval with one of his inspired odes, George Parker Bidder width:640;;height:426
  • And then he started off the second bit in collaboration with Doreen, and they gave us a rousing "Rule Brittannia" which made the Albert Hall's version pale by comparison width:640;;height:426
  • Nic produced a good rude chorus for us to sing width:640;;height:426
  • Malcolm was joined by Ceri for the ballad of Lord Franklin width:320;;height:480
  • Chris, who's lost none of his touch, with a great version of "The Garden Party" width:320;;height:480
  • Twitchy Fingers & Stinky Feet... no that can't be right... width:320;;height:480
  • .... but they belted out another vehicle for Jo's nimble toes width:640;;height:426
  • Greg, in a more cheerful frame of mind, gave us a bit of Andrew Gold width:640;;height:426
  • Ted, The Bard himself, putting out his catchy Elvis song width:640;;height:426
  • The Teacups... yes it really is them.... gave us three more great songs and brought the evening to a perfect end width:640;;height:426
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