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Trinity Festival - The Cookham Music Hall

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with thanks to Lynda Mallett and Penny Bysshe

(30 April 2003)

On Friday 29th April the Pinder Hall was the venue for a concrescence of confabulated, corruscating, cantankerous Cookhamism or in the words of the audience 'The music Hall night at Pinder was a triumph!'

John Hedger was the masterful, mind blowing master of ceremonies, Geraint Lewis and the barber shop quartet set the mood, the titilating Crappy Tappers made a great effort to lower the tone! Malcolm and Marianne Stork gave us pathos and humour, Winter Hill's finest magician Alan Grapes was a whizz at wizardry and Cookham Rise's Harry Pitch played Last of the Summer Wine on his harmonica....

Geraint Lewis and the Barber Shop Quartet

The Crappy Tappers

Marianne and Malcolm Stork

Alan Grapes, Wizard Magician

Everyone Joins in for the Sing Song

with thanks to Penny Bysshe

Harry Pitch and his Harmonica

The Finale, the Cast Gather on Stage

with thanks to Penny Bysshe

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