Good gnus for Flanders and Swann fans

IF the mere mention of gnus or a whiff of madeira, m’dear, has you chuckling and humming along, make a date with Tim Fitzhigham and multi-talented musician Duncan Walsh Atkins when they bring their affectionate and delightful tribute to Flanders and Swann to Dorchester Arts at the Corn Exchange on Saturday 30th March.

At The Drop of (Another) Hippopotamus finds the brilliant duo, beards duly starched and dinner jackets neatly trimmed, ready to delve into more of the laugh-out-loud musical wit and wisdom of Michael Flanders and Donald Swann.

Whether you are a lifelong fan, and maybe old enough to have seen them on stage or television, or a new convert, you will be delighted by the skill and style with which Tim and Duncan breathe new life into some of the classics – The Hippopotamus Song (Mud, Mud, Glorious Mud), The Gnu, The Gas Man Cometh – plus a few less familiar gems along the way!