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Fake Thackeray Walthamsto Londn UK 22Jan

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BROTHER GORILLA
ISABEL MAKES LOVE
LA-DI-DAH
SISTER JOSEPHINE
THE BANTAM COCK
THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF JAKE THACKRAY


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Richard Bridge 13 Dec 11 - 05:47 AM
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Subject: Fake Thackeray Walthamsto Londn UK 22Jan
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 13 Dec 11 - 05:47 AM

Not my home club but this looks fun.

Their flyer says

"Jan 22nd - Fake Thackray

John Watterson has performed the songs of Jake Thackray at festivals, concerts, clubs, after dinner venues and – most specially – to members of Jake's family.   

Jake's songs are exquisitely funny, satirical, incisive, irreverent, witty and gloriously un-PC – and sometimes all of these at the same time. Jake was a one off, his poetry broke the rules yet worked beautifully. He was a true craftsman of the English language, and his legacy of scores of songs continues to delight audiences of all ages today."


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