Comic poet and singer John Hegley tells the tales of a Frenchman with some unusual (but clean) habits, which include burying his dog's kennel and his own luggage pieces.
Hegley also delivers an address to aliens on the subject of transport, a poem about a non-talking parrot and some animal impersonations with the aid of a handkerchief.
The audience are invited to sing along. But not to dance. Much.
'Typically brilliant songs and stories about a Gallic small-town hero with a dog called Chirac.' (The Guardian)
'Awesomely mundane.' (The Observer)