Well worth the hike, though. This is a riot of pleasant songs, interspersed with the odd sketch, about sprouts, slugs, experts, Derrick the Evil Pigeon, The World’s Hottest Red-Hot Chilli and of course, Alan Titchmarsh. Ah, Alan Titchmarsh…
Stephenson’s whimsically kooky manner is offset by Woods’ deadpan delivery and it’s all accompanied by a ukelele, an accordion, a keyboard and a medley of seasonal vegetables.
This is a horticultural revue, a musical cornucopia, Flanders and Swann propagated by The People Show, with added probiotic potential.
- Craig Singer