One of the great things of belonging to such a special place as Rye is that we are asked to playing is some secret places, and so it was at the recent fund raising event for Rye’s Bonfire Society. A beautiful garden tucked away behind the high street where there were many stalls selling a myriad of things, along with tea and cake what more could you want!
We were a bit thin on the ground at this gig, who said holidays are allowed?! but we gave it our all, and enjoyed every minute…..except for when Bob broke a string…….its getting to be a bit of a habit. Mark came to the rescue with his version of Teenage Kicks.
Have the Rye Ukulele Orchestra invented a new pastime?
Following the Camber Fun Day we decided to unwind with a glass of wine or two at the farm and try out a possible sound system in the garden (where no-one could hear us). Well it seems the microphone is a bit addictive and certain people (they know who they are) were very keen and had a fine time playing and singing the rest of the afternoon away.
Mrs Hall’s Boys
Bob the nod
THANKS GUYS FOR A GREAT AFTERNOON.