Rebekah, Rebekah, Toby, Anna and Caleb decided to join the youth scratch choir. They had three rehearsals and then performed on the mainstage. Toby even did the male solo in Oh Happy Day.
I made pancakes for everyone – not my best pancakes but they still seemed to be well received especially with chocolate spread!
Looks like Jamie Might be getting anointed here, well it is a Christian arts festival!
And this one is specially for Church on the Roundabout regulars “Hi you’ve caught me queueing for the chemi-loos at Greenbelt – and heeeeere’s this weeks notices!”
We really enjoyed spending an afternoon sitting in the the very chilled out space that was the Performance Cafe, drinking elderflower cordial (thanks Mick). It was just what we needed after being very busy. Jonathan sat and drew quite happily while we listened to amongst others Ellie Williams.
Not sure who is leading who astray here.
We really wanted to get another chance to see Jude Simpson and so went to the musical comedy showcase. We went and queued nearly and hour and a half before hand – luckily the lovely Sally and Tony had volunteered to have Jonathan and the girls were also queueing but not right next to us. We had got wise by Monday evening and had taken our little stools to sit on and a notebook and pens and book. It turned out that the venue wasn’t full anyway but we all got our favourite places to sit in – the kids downstairs on the floor at the front and us old fogeys in the balcony with seats!
Not only did we once again see Jude Simpson (and I’m delighted to say that the kids loved her too) but we got to see Folk On (Folk Off) who the kids had highly recommended and we thought they were brilliant and we are very sad that we can’t find anything at all about them online!
Then it was Tuesday Morning and time to go home 🙁