Richard, known as Dicky, Kluntz, reviews "Meat In A Sandwich", a new operatic work by Dennis Menage.
of stained glass and candle flame.
This spiritual farago of sound and light,
had patrons slipping out to get tight
in the Pavarotti Arms next door.
vibrated the floor.
The percussion group
trouped warily on stage,
while a big busty woman
sat in a cage,
sang like a canary.
Clutching a trombone,saxophone
and paper comb,Daniel Homerecker,
principle tenor sang "Where's the meat
for me to get my teeth into?" While
sandwiched between an enormous
plastic mouse and a fake piece of cheese.
Overall a pleasing first night.
The landlord of The Pavorotti,
deep cockney voice,sounds
like he's been garroted said,
"The audience was bored
so we did a roaring trade.
Think it might make three weeks.
Gin and lemonade? Certainly sir.
Shall i make that a double
for your trouble?"