8th July saw another one of Frog's splendid evenings. We have already established in an earlier post that I am not the most unbiased of reviewers, but I don't think I am being too partial to say the caliber of the acts gets better all the time. From one headliner a month, we seem to be getting several acts with a claim to the title each time.
This month saw a tentacle headed crooner HP Lovebox, the return of "Vox Wonder the Voice Activated Drawing Machine" with inappropriate collages. The mesmerizing Duncan Ward, who's performances bring a packed pub to stunned silence. Mark Quinn's Ice-Cream face brought the crowd to unbelieving laughter and tears in his best recieved solo performance at the Montague Arms to date. Vicky Gold presented an autobiographical piece featuring well known artist and the demise of their relationship, The band Trelawney were undoubtedly popular and brought a large crowd with them. And of course there was Frog - accompanied by his faithful puppets, 2 pints of milk and a bunch of flowers.
Mark Quinn: Ice-Cream Face
Frog Morris & Puppets
Vox Wonder - The Voice Activated Drawing Machine
And of course there are lots more photos of the evening on flickr !