|Just Rebekah, and a few of her friends and fellow musicians.|
We came in, they crossed us off the guest list, and caught the last few numbers of supporting act Tom Hickox. He has a voice like the lead singer from the Crash Test Dummies. Once again I show my age with that reference. But they still have a website so they're still out there. Very good tunes, Mr. Hickox.
After a suitable lull, Rebekah came on with her gang. I like this trend where where they break the set in half and then we don't all have to clap like idiots to get them to come out for an encore. Plus, we could see from the programme that it was going to happen. The hall was by no means packed, and the emcee had to encourage all us shy audience members to come forward for better viewing of the musicians. So we did. Mr says it was as if all her friends and family showed up, plus us 10 fans.
That being said, who missed the crowd? Not us. We were having a good time. We sang along, we clapped, and then the interval occurred and these puppet people and an accordionist came around with cupcakes!
|Cupcakes handed out, the puppet dances|
But what a deal. A concert and a cupcake. They should do that more often. And then, we had an acrobat. Why not?
After that, the second half. Another singalong. Her songs are very catchy. And then we went home. It was fab. A true night of entertainment.
Marks out of 10: 9, definitely. If you don't know her music, go along and watch the lady on stage play the muscial saw. Or the puppets dance. Next time there will have to be a dancing bear. RD knows what we want - cupcakes and circuses. And delivers it.