Tamesis Club

Fabulous Ladies Night

ladies night blossom





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The chef and sous chefs

We had a fantastic time last Saturday evening.  Huge thanks to all the gents led by Steve Katz for cooking and the entertainment – including serenading, quizzing and general fun.  Thanks also go to Karina and Josephine for helping with the catering.

Report by Jim Green

“On Saturday 7 May a gloriously sunny evening greeted the 43 lady members and guests who attended Tamesis Club’s Ladies Night, organised and run by men of the club.

Following a welcome drink of Prosecco, the ladies were treated to a 5 course meal  prepared and cooked by Peter Mason, Peter Johnson and Paul Jamieson under the supervision of, and masterminded by, our very own Masterchef, Steve Katz.  Each course was served by some of the club’s menfolk dressed for the occasion in black tie (Adrian Warwick-Haller, Colin Stokes, John  Harris, Chris Pollard, Stewart Colley, David Baker and Jim Green),  who also made sure that the flow of wine never slowed!  To keep the ladies properly entertained, the evening dinner was interspersed with some games, the first being John Harris’s ‘Who wants to be a millionaire’ quiz for a prize of chocolates which were won by the Katz/Johnson table.  Then to everyone’s surprise and delight, Chris Pollard accompanied himself on his guitar to sing the amusing ballad of the ‘Man-eating shark’ and was rewarded with rapturous applause for his outstanding performance.   Jim Green followed with a game of ‘heads and tails’ for a prize of a bottle of Prosecco which was won by Zoe Jeffra-Adams.  And finally, Colin Stokes organised the usual extremely popular and frantically competitive session of Pictionary that had ladies rushing around at some pace to ensure they could be in with a chance of winning some more chocolates, which were eventually won by the Bridge table.

All in all, everyone seemed to have a thoroughly enjoyable evening of excellent food and lively entertainment as well as having the perfect opportunity to chat amongst themselves.”

photos by Milly, Jim Green and Sue Katz