Eclectic Cabaret #5: 12th January 2018

Eclectic Cabaret #5 went off with a bang, with one of our biggest audience turnouts yet.  Many thanks to the four fantastic acts who gave up their time for free to come and entertain us.  You can relive the evening via the YouTube videos below.

Many, many thanks to all the people who helped us on the evening: Annie, Richard, Graham, Sue, and many more.  Thanks also the amazing Karen Fysh for organising food and without whom so many Wootton & Dry Sandford community activities would not happen.

We look forward to the next cabaret.  Enjoy.

Mike & Lynn

Tim Friars & The Mercenaries

Master of entertainment Tim Friers led his mercenaries over the top to provide a fantastic end to the evening.  Playing songs from their brilliant album "Sawdust Town", they had everyone up and dancing by the end of the evening.

"Sawdust Town" by Tim Friers & The Mercenaries

Mike Land

One of our favourites, Manchester songsmith Mike Land returned once more to the Elcectic Cabaret to wow us with his own engaging, very lyrical songs (plus a few covers).

George Chopping

We were eagerly anticipating the return of comedy-poetry genius George Chopping and he did not dissappoint.  Reading from a range of poems, including his recent book Smoking with Crohnes, he kept us laughing like drains.

"Smoking with Crohnes" by George Chopping

Dan Rawle

Dan Rawle is an Oxford-based songsmith who writes hook-laden Pop/Folk in the tradition of The Beatles, Passenger and Jack Johnson. With songs that are as real and genuine as they are singable, and a personality that shines through it all, his debut E.P 'It'll All Come One Day' captures an optimistic and thoughtful look at life and what we all do with it.

"It will all come one day" by Dan Rawle

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