The first Clifton Hall reunion was in 2011 after the performance of the Stage Play at the Abbey Theatre in Nuneaton. Most of the 'old' boys hadn't seen each other for 50 years and at first, didn't recognise each other. Soon it was like old times, with much fun, laughter and music as they performed in the author's Warwickshire home.  
For 5 years until 2016 we had an annual reunion with different 'old boys' coming to each event. Wonderful days, when together, they reminisced about the 'crazy' days when they were young and knew Reg and Dorothy Calvert.  

Top left: John Allison - Allison Brothers.Top right:   John Allison, Roger Scarrot- James, Susan Moore (nee Calvert) , Glen Dale- Richard Garforth, Barney Peacock.

Below: Printz Holman - right hand sideof group.

Bottom: Barney Peacock - (drummer) saying hello to Rosie.  

Barney Peacock - drummer
ABOVE: 2016 Cake made by Tanya (Mary) Day's daughter to celebrate the original 'school of rock' at Clifton Hall.
Below: 2011 the first reunion. Barney Peacock (drummer with Buddy Britten and the Regents). Tony Burnett (drummer with Colin Angel and the Choir Boys). Colin Angel (Wilsher) Susan Moore nee Calvert. Danny Storm (David Hurran), Glen Dale (Richard Garforth) singer in the Fortunes. Geoff Chalk (guitarist in Colin Angel and the Choir Boys). Don Kerr (Bass guitarist with Freddy Were and the Werewolves). Johnny Martin (Martin Upperdine) (singer, and performer with Freddy Were and the Werewolves). Most of the musicians have had a multi-layered career in music and played in their own right and with other groups.  
Above: Correction 2016 reunion. (Left) Tony and Sue Collier (Group the Strangers), Tony Newman and Yvonne (Groups include the Liberators, Pinkerton's Assorted Colours and the Flying Machine). 
POSTER BELOW - MANY OF THE 'OLD' BOYS AT THE REUNION HAD APPEARED IN THIS SHOW. It was an amazing night. Full story in the book: 'Clifton Hall - School of Rock' by S.K. Moore. Available as eBook from Amazon and included in the Special First Edition Hardback: 'Life and Death of a Pirate' by S.K. Moore. Available from Amazon, or order a signed copy and free postage direct from the author via the 'contact' page.