Apologies for posting these so late, it has been rather hectic and trying to get onto the computer when you have a baby running around is impossible!
Well this fantastic show was held in a park. A beautiful setting with a large main stage, vintage vehicles, trade stalls, reenactors and some super eateries. I was also lucky enough to be invited aboard the P22 gunner boat, moored at Ramsgate Harbour. It had just come back from France after being used in the new Brad Pitt war film!
It was wonderful meeting up with some familiar faces and meeting new ones alike. This really is a show that will go from strength to strength as it gets bigger. It is just a shame that there were hardly any posters around, or advertisement for the evening Blitz Ball as Im sure there were some people who missed this that would have loved to come!
Annie Riley singing some First World War tunes
On board the P22
Kitten and the lovely crew!
Emma and Magdalena being demure and sophisticated for the camera…
Our hotel…Noisy but full of character!
Le’arna Castle, beautifully dressed in period costume for the First World War stage production
Betsy Rose stealing the show yet again…
The ever gorgeous Mr and Mrs Brown!
Swingtime Sweethearts belting it out at the evening do
The ever amazing and cheeky Viv the Spiv
About Kitten von Mew
Vintage pinup girl in Great Britain, singing at WWII events, vintage fairs and Blitz Balls with 1940's, 50's and Christmas classics.
I also model for Heyday Online, Luxulite Jewellery and have been featured in many publications including Vintage Life, Daily Telegraph, WW2 Reenactors Magazine and more.
My other interests include creating Steampunk hats and accessories, writing, being a mother to Betsy Boo, vintage fashion and flea markets! I run a none-profit crafter's group in Snitterfield every week to help combat loneliness, depression and more.