If you don’t like the singing at the Under Ground Theatre at the June 15 coffee morning then it’s probably your fault, as you’ll be doing most of it!
For the first time, the weekly session (10am-noon) is to be a singalong, led by two UGT regular performers.
Chris Liddiard and Jill Daw usually draw the crowds in as members of close-harmony group Cornflower Blue – sharing the vocals, with Chris on guitar, and Jill on mandolin.
But this time, they will be trying to get everyone to join in, as they recall “The Songs That Mother Used to Sing”.
If you are of a certain age, you will almost certainly know all the words – as Chris and Jill launch into the likes of “Daisy Daisy”, “We’ll Meet Again”, “Show Me The Way To Go Home”, “Down at the Old Bull and Bush”, and lots more.
There will be coffee, tea and cake for sale and the foyer will stay open until 4pm for viewing of the theatre’s latest art exhibition: a joint display by Janet Redden and Jackie Hurwood, employing very different styles in a whole range of media.
Entry to the coffee morning is free.