Be sure and stop by The Laurels in the Main St and sample a glass for me. As you enter via the red door you will see a small windy above with a cracked pane. That was my heid. By the way, probably the finest mutton stew in the world is served in there of a night.Tell em I sent yis.
Shame on me! I didn't know she was still alive and kicking! Safe travels.
Front row!! Good for you. My brother is a big fan of hers. Enjoy!
Lucky you!!(And now, an hour before lunch, I'm thinking of mutton stew... Mmmmm!)Pearl
Chef; They've repaired the crack. And with the price they're charging for a bowl of stew in this economic climate they could afford to replace the windy every day. I had a fine dinner of roast pork at Dromhall, the fine hotel where we stayed, for less than a tenner. :¬)UB; She's alive and well and singing better than ever! The gig was in a 'jazz club' type room, very intimate, small tables with candles etc. We had the table nearest to the stage. I could have reached out and touched her, but my wife made me sit on my hands! I will write a review soon! :¬)
Joey; It was feckin' brill! (See above.) :¬)Pearl; Yes. I am very lucky! And hungry! :¬)xxx
Hope all is well and you enjoy the showcheers,Sauage...