|Festival beer and scotch eggs at The Maynard Arms|
|Guerilla Bunting gang had been at A Special Interest, one of the Barboot locations.|
|Me with Wendy Saunders whose wonderful paintingsN adorned the walls of Oddbins.|
|Barboot at The Haberdashery|
|It’s all in the detail: the light switch at Haberdashery Cafe loos|
|The nibbles kept the Englishman happy.|
|Next stop: Down for the Count at The Music Palace|
|This group of revellers showed us you’re never too old to party. These OAP’s (aged from 67 to 71!!!) treated us all to several professional sets of swing dancing.|
|From left: Keith Madden, Anthony (who was recovering from a hip and back operation) and Linda Dalton and Marilyn Madden.|
|Towards eleven o’clock the dance floor became crowded.|
I am so tired from last night and suffering a little from my bad shoulder, so it’s a mainly visual post today. Enough to say I thoroughly enjoyed the first night of the festival and cannot wait to see and do more over the weekend. With most events being free (The Music Palace charged us £4 each which was the only entrance fee we paid last night), this is truly recession busting fun.
Details of all Crouch End Festival events online here.