Welcome back to our stage for our Saturday evening set! As you can see from our drone shot, the lights are lit, the glamping area is illuminated, and we’ve lanterns in our tents to help find them later!
And this year, we have a great theme for the evening – Hollywood! We’re going to have a selection of songs from the movies!
To open the set – here’s Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz, singing Somewhere, Over the Rainbow. Isn’t it a lovely melody!
And what a gorgeous rainbow!
Hello, what’s this? Ah, it’s Curly from “Oklahoma!” riding onstage, singing “Oh, what a Beautiful Mornin’ ”
My goodness that corn really is high, isn’t it? But is it as high as an elephant’s eye?
Oh, yes, it certainly is!
Next, we have a song from The Sound of Music – Favourite Things! Let’s see if we can get all the favourite things on stage!
Ah, raindrops on roses…
Um, no, Winston, it’s Whiskers ON kittens, not Whiskas for Kittens, but nice try!
Bright Copper kettles!
Hypno says this mitten is indeed very warm!
Ah, brown paper packages! Always intriguing.
Nice cream coloured pony, Micro!
Well done Gino, all sorts of bells!
I’m not sure that’s a goose Dim, but it certainly has the moon on it’s wings.
Lovely white dress, Matilda, such a pretty blue sash!
There are a couple of things missing – the apple strudel and the schnitzel with noodles. What’s that Nano? Ah, you were bringing them, but you got a bit peckish. Well never mind!
Next up – well, it’s Julie Andrews again, but in her role as Mary Poppins! Dancing with Bert as they sing about a magical word – “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious”!
Nano says it’s the biggest word he’s ever heard – much bigger than him. In fact, it’s probably longer than Ernest’s snozzle!
A bit of the Wild West now, as Calamity Jane rides into town on the Deadwood Stage!
Apparently the pony ran off, but the Panto Cow did a jolly good job of pulling the stage. Whip-crack-away!
A little romance from the Orient now, from The King and I. Shall We Dance?
Anna’s dress is so graceful and the King looks so regal!
Look at them polka!
Now, a couple of numbers from the golden age of Astaire and Rogers! First of all, Fred Astaire, in his Top Hat and Tails!
There’s that stylish tilt of the head – showing off that hat!
But of course, everything Fred did, Ginger Rogers did too – only backwards, in heels! So here’s the lovely Cheek to Cheek.
That’s real ostrich feathers on her frock, you know!
And for our final number of the night, maybe one of the most famous songs from a movie musical – Singing in the Rain!
Splish, splash, splosh! What fun to watch!
Hello, hello, hello, what’s going on here then! Yes, maybe best to call it a night!
Well, that was a wonderful evening. But it’s late now, time for bed! Off we go to our glamping pods and tents, chattering about everything we’ve seen.
Fury beds down on her tools, but Arnold thinks he’ll just do one more turn around the site, for security before he settles down. Good night everyone, see you tomorrow!