THE gentlemen of Lodsworth put on their black ties and brushed up their tails for a trip down Memory Lane when singer Michael Law brought to life the song book of Noël Coward at the village hall.
The audience got into the atmosphere of the 1920s and ‘30s with men in black tie and ladies in feather boas, beads and head-bands.
Libby Milling, who was the promoter for the evening of music and song, said: “It was so lovely to be working with such a professional and charming personality.”
Mark Buck, a professional musician who lives in the village, became lighting director for the event. The hall was decorated by a team of village volunteers most of whom were professional artists and transformed the setting.
There were cocktails and canapés before the music. Then everyone was given a box with exotic sandwiches and snacks inside.
Michael brought his knowledge, experience and baritone voice to some of Noël Coward’s best loved songs.