Our February guest was David Lowe who added anecdotes and props to his excellent variety of music.
A very chilly March day brought the warming personality of Andrew Nix to Woking for a very enjoyable concert.
Michael Wooldridge was our April guest, and created some wonderful sounds from our Wonderful Woking Wurlitzer.
The man who knows the Woking Wurlitzer better than anyone, Len Rawle, performed a fine concert for us in May. He demonstrated the capabilities of this wonderful instument as only he knows how.
The lady who runs our raffle at every concert, June Baldwin. Thank you June!
For our June show, Kevin Grunill bought his Yorkshire charm to entertain us on the Woking Wurlitzer.
From our July concert, these black & white and sepia shots are of Kevin Morgan who returned to the Woking Wurlitzer once again to give us a varied and impressive concert on this wonderful instrument.
Our September concert brought Donald McKenzie to the Woking Wurlitzer. Donald gave our great instrument a wonderful workout, confirming it's as fit as a fiddle.
In October we had a very special visitor from "down under", Dr John Atwell. Dr John only played a few UK concerts, and we were privileged that he came to play the Woking Wurlitzer.
Dr John Atwell signs a CD for one of our guests.
Mark Laflin was our guest organist in November. Despite not being on the concert circuit that long, Mark gave us a smashing show.
Our Christmas Shows always bring something special, and this years was no exception as Len welcomed 2 of his grandchildren to accompany him on the piano for "Jingle Bells".
Michael Wooldridge joined Len on one of the numbers, with compare Richard Cole on bells.
Charley & Sue Brighton provided some seasonal songs on their brass instruments.
The finale, with Len on the Woking Wurlitzer, Charley & Sue Brighton on brass and Tim Willetts conducting the St Lawrence Chobham Hand Bell Ringers.