11 July 2006


This was planned as an evening out to celebrate Hannah's birthday. In the end only two people dressed up in the 'Superheroes' theme - and no prizes for guessing who they were...

Poison Ivy and Wonder Woman, having put a lot of effort into their costumes. Poison Ivy's legendary killer bubbles (?) are easily seen off by WW's bracelets.

Not sure who the one in the middle is supposed to be?!

Our initial rendezvous* was at the Hogs Head.
(*not to be confused with the ultimate rendezvous for the night, the eponymous nightclub).

A motley group of individuals.

Subsequent photos are more, er, intoxicated, and therefore perhaps not suitable for internet publication. However an edited selection of highlights is presented below....

Origami made from the foil of a cigarette packet.

Matt, Andy, Nick and Hannah in the Lazy Lizard.

Steve doing a passable impression of Poison Ivy himself, looking very fetching in the wig!

In The Rectory having drunk our own shots we then stole the girls'

Also in the Lazy Lizard, the middle one of an amusing sequence of photos!

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