1984

In  May  the club moved again after the White Lion closed down (in spite of following the accountant's advice). Its new home was the Lincoln Arms, just across the river, where there was a homely upstairs room comfortably furnished with old bus seats.  

The last guest at the White Lion, Mr Bonko, was one of the most disappointing performers ever to appear at the club and stayed asleep under Sully's chair for the entire evening. Still, at least he didn't start barking.

A surprise member of the audience in June was Nic Jones, still slowly recovering from his injuries, who came along to see Martyn Wyndham Read.

John Sykes and Dick Taylor put a lot of effort into publicity this year as you can see

Feb 2
March 1
April 5

May 3
June 7
July 5
Sept 6
Oct 4
Nov 1
Dec 6

Random Band
Paul Metsers
Sully and Suzie Sullivan and Mr Bonko
Maurice and the Minors
Martyn Wyndham-Read
Steve Turner
Dave Whetstone and Jean-Pierre Rasle
Chris Coe
Singers night
Pyewackett

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