Enjoying the Vintage Cars at Cottisford!
I’ve been making the most of the glorious weather performing my Driveway Concerts which this week have taken me to the Oxfordshire village of Cottisford and Pitstone. Pitstone is situated just down the road from me in Buckinghamshire. They say you have to make hay while the sun shines and today I’ve been performing “The Magic of the Musicals” in Abingdon. The heat has been blistering but despite that it’s great to be working and I’m keeping my fingers crossed that the good weather will hold through to next week.
Getting Ready to Sing at Cottisford!
If it must rain I hope it will do so tomorrow as I’m back in the recording studio and I would welcome a slightly cooler temperature. (Speaking of which it’s just started to thunder now which is a relief from the incredible heat). I’m due to pick up my new Wizard of Oz arrangement which I’m planning to sing for the first time this weekend at Stonehurst Farm’s 1940s event. I can’t wait!
On Thursday I have another outdoor show to perform where rain, thunder and lightning have all been forecast as a possibility. Fingers crossed it will pass tonight and I will miss the bad weather come Thursday.
Enjoying the Day!
This Saturday is VJ Day and Paul and I have some great shows planned. We hope you can all make it along to Stonehurst Farm and Museum, Bond Lane, Mountsorrel, Leicestershire, LE12 7AA. I’ve been told there will be a few tickets available on the door, although with social distancing numbers will be reduced. I advise that you buy your tickets in advance by clicking the link below:-
Posing with the Vintage Cars!
These are my shows I have planned for this weekend:
VJ Day Sat 15th August
11.30am: “Those Magnificent Men” WAAF Show | 1.30pm: “Stage and Screen” Songs from the 1940s musicals | 3.30pm: “GI Jive” American WAC Show Saturday Evening Dance | 7.00pm – 7.45pm, 8.15pm – 9.00pm Swing Tunes from the 1930s & 40s
Sunday 16th August
11.30 am: “We’ll Meet Again” ATS Show | 1.30pm: “Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree” 1940s Glamour Show
Packing Up After My Driveway Concert in Pitstone!
3.30pm: “In the Mood” 1940s Songs to Sing and Dance to.
We hope you can all make it along as I believe this will be the first open 1940s event of the season.
Thank you to everyone who came to see me in Pitstone last Sunday. We couldn’t have wished for nicer weather and I should also like to thank Anna and David in Cottisford who invited me to perform in their paddock for the local Vintage Car Club. I shall leave you with a few photos and I hope some of you will be able to make it along to see Paul and I this weekend.
Thanks for following. Toodle Pip and Bye for now! 😉