Act 15 – Rita Eldridge

Another week, another pianist.  What was it with 1980s talent shows and pianists?

Again, Pot Luck’s policy of not being discriminating strikes again.  Spritely octogenarian Rita Eldridge could certainly bash out a tune. She could probably also bash out some fantastic tea and scones, too.

Unfortunately, Pot Luck didn’t have a ‘Devonshire Tea’ category.  Were there such a category, Rita may have scored a little more than patronising lip service and 21 points from Bernard.


About potluckarchive

The web's first site dedicated to 'Pot Luck', a talent show made by the Grundy Organisation for Network Ten Australia. 'Pot Luck' ran for only one season in 1987, and enjoyed a mild revival in 1993 when some of the more ambitious acts were featured as filler on 'The Late Show' on ABC-TV. Best remembered for highly critical resident judge, Bernard King.
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