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Event Reviews 2020

Friday 10th January 2020

A warm 2020 welcome to all members & club supporters after the Christmas break - Happy New Year to you. all  The AGM started promptly at 7:30pm, the minutes & accounts for 2019 were published for members’ to view beforehand. The AGM confirmed that, for now, The Suffolk Outlaws will continue at The Delphi until such time as a definitive closure date is given. John Steed confirmed that other venues are being investigated and replies from enquiries to same are awaited.  As it was AGM night there was no warm up dancing with the DJ (Louise G) due to time constraints, once the meeting was adjourned non-members joined us in the dance hall and there were approximately 128 in attendance altogether. 
We were pleased to welcome Kay D for her first solo gig in a year and well my goodness what a voice!!  I personally hadn’t seen Kay D perform before, but had heard all good things, we weren’t disappointed, truly a voice to compete with any recording artist. A brief run through of Kay’s songs is as follows:- Corn Don’t Grow, First Fool In Line, Knee Deep, Heavenly Cha, Cheap Talk, Little Lady Bug, Lay Low, Lonely Drum, Nenagh’s Church (dancers remembered after a wall)! Ribbon of Highway, Somebody Like You, Wishful Thinking, White Rose, Ride Away, This Is Me and People are Good. 
The DJ list included Crystal boot nomination Faithful Soul, as well as Magic Moon and Stitch it Up as tributes to Robbie McGowan-Hickie world renowned choreographer.      
Next time at Outlaws we have Dave Lesley – I look forward to seeing this artiste for the first time.               Louise G - Pink DJ