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Beehive Christmas Charity night - videos
« on: December 24, 2008, 09:55:54 pm »
On 22nd December, the Beehive held a night of assorted entertainment in aid of Swindon Climate Action Network. I took my DV camera along, and here are the results....

The first band on stage were the Roly Banjovee Orchestra, who are probably best described as a banjo quintet in hi-viz jackets and woolly hats.

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Next up were the Sweet Plums, who sounded far better in real life than they do in this video. The distorted sound is entirely my own fault for standing right next to the PA system  :bottom:

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The night included an open-mic slot, at which this talented chap played a few songs on the keyboard.

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And who's this, reciting his own poem enticing people to come to the Beehive?

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Finally, I have a couple of samples of the Erin Bardwell Quartet, from shortly before my battery ran out. I'm rather surprised I hadn't heard of this band before, seeing as they're local and they certainly got the audience dancing with their quality ska/reggae sounds.

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Re: Beehive Christmas Charity night - videos
« Reply #1 on: December 24, 2008, 11:35:20 pm »

Hahahahaa.....  :santa_grin:

Quality Poetry from James  :santa_afro:

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Re: Beehive Christmas Charity night - videos
« Reply #2 on: December 29, 2008, 11:19:52 pm »
I aim to please...



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