'Our Country's Good' after show party.

Another great after show party for Nottingham Playhouse Theatre Company and Ramps On The Moon after watching their wonderful production of 'Our Country's Good'.
Thank you to the Playhouse Bar for letting us take over the back room for what proved to be another fantastic session of music, singing, poetry, The Siege Of Ennis ceilidh dance and signed performances of Bohemian Rhapsody and Wuthering Heights. Now you tell me where else you're ever going to find as varied a session as that on a Wednesday night 😀
Lots of great memories from this gig but I think the biggest laugh was at the start of the ceilidh dance. Being just two people short of another set, Tony stepped in to dance and was encouraging a woman next to him to join him. He thought she offered him her hand so he took hold of her and swung her into the set at which point she kept shaking off his hand. He explained that the dance started with everyone holding hands and she explained to him that she was trying to sign the instructions for the dance to all the deaf people on the floor and that while he was holding her hands, none of them could hear what was being said! Oops 😂
Thank you Caitlin O'Connell for the photos and videos 😁