Join John Hegley for some "marvellous joyful fun" (Telegraph)
in a presentation of love lyrics, poems and drawings from the life of the author,
his French gran and a lot of creatures, one of them being the hobby horse of John Keats.
The bitter, the sweet - Orpheus, Saint Valentine, Miss Darbyshire (violin teacher)
and how not to succeed at the school discotheque.

Fresh from the Edinburgh Fringe, a presentation involving pieces and pictures from the three-week run -
colourfully set amidst the majesty of Julia Doyle's double bass and Chris Dowding's single brass (his trumpet)

Love cuts
love's very sharp -
a harpoon through an easy chair
just wait until the bees come home
and find you just relaxing there.

Devised more for adults, but not unsuitable for the odd nine-year-old.


Just because he is one of the funniest men alive don't underestimate his dedicated gentleness.

Adrian Mitchell, The New Statesman

Awesomely mundane.

 The Independent

Photo credit: Polly Hancock

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