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Friday, April 30, 2010

Pictures of Bugsy, baby!

Evernybody loves that man....Bugsy Mal-oohone.

Well we did it and it was such a joy, I haven't stopped singing for weeks!

Our very first Sunday Afternoon Musical was a triumph, we had a rip-roaring time at the Bethnal Green Working Men's Club a couple of Sundays ago. We danced,we sang, we shook our Jazz Hands with aplomb and we sipped ice cool gin in teacups- they went down faaar too easily!





And the cakes.. our gin and tonic cupcakes were a smash, and our famous heart shaped victoria sponge was snaffled up quicker than you could say 'get babyface'.


Here we are behind Bethnal Green WMC's lovely cake-tail bar.





Our musical maestro Peter led us in a spifferoonie singalong, warming everyone up with zzzzings and jazz hands .

And we were introduced to the Blousey Brown break! Unfortunately, poor Blousey Brown was not blessed with the best songs so that was the cue to go to the bar or buy cakes!

So a thousand thanks to you wonderful chaps and dolls that helped serve cake, played piano, danced and sang and to all who came along and made it such a memorable day! We were thrilled!
As the songs goes 'Give a little love and it all comes back to you'
Look out for the next one soon!


(thanks to Jenny May Logan for the pics, see more here)

5 comments:

....cupcakesandbiscuits said...

Looks like such fun!
xx

teawithonesugarplease said...

Wish I could have been there - your cupcakes look fab

Joan Hunter Dunn said...

Love the idea of nibbling on gin and tonic cupcakes while sipping gin in a teacup. Looks great stylish delicious fun.

Lula said...

Yes there was gin oozing out of every pore!!
Just as it should be.
Gin in a teacup is suprisingly lethal, don't you know, something about the bone china, I imagine!!

Next time girls, you must join us! Just pondering which musical to choose.. I'm partial to Slipper and the Rose, at least I would be in seventh heaven

parTea lady said...

Looks like your event was terrific. I enjoyed seeing the great photos.

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