02-08-2019 by Leni Frau
Already a full house in Malindi for the first of the five evenings in August of the new serial show by Freddie and Sbringo, entitled "Big 5".
To inaugurate the new season of music, tales and cabaret of the Baby Marrow Art & Food Restaurant came the "aficionados" of the local and entertainment of Del Curatolo-Bigi and mixed with many new guests intrigued by the "animal" theme of the event that began on Thursday evening, August 1 with the evening dedicated to elephants.
A pretext or, better, a key to talk about human beings and their summits and abysses, compared with the imperturbability and wisdom of pachyderms that see and remember everything.
Among surreal Blade Runner monologues, in honor of Rutger Hauer ("I've seen things that you elephants...") and the gentle swing of Maestro Sbringo, there was also talk of beer, the famous Kenyan Tusker dedicated to the elephant that has almost a hundred years of history related to the history of Kenya, with a song written specifically by the duo ("Tusker baridi sana") and other songs found from drawers of memories for which you need a memory of elephants, but also a lot of passion. The finale is dedicated to all those who complain, a people even more numerous than that of the selfie, of which unfortunately in Malindi there are many exponents. The poem of the holes of Malindi is dedicated to them.
Next appointment, Thursday, August 8 with the protagonist the King of the savannah, the lion who brings with him stories and legends of an entire country, without sparing roars to "mzungu", as a habit of the ironic verve of Freddie.
In short, another pleasant evening to spend together. I recommend, book"
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