21-08-2019 by Leni Frau
Freddie and Sbringo's animals return for the fourth week in a row to the Baby Marrow of Vasco Da Gama road in Malindi.
After elephants, lions and a pout-pourri of the great excluded from the "Big 5" for August 15th, we return to talk about the icons of the savannah, but it is almost a pretext to mock the Italians in Kenya and denounce the misdeeds of the human being against Nature.
Thursday, August 22 in the Art & Food restaurant will be the turn of the rhinoceros, called into question for being one of the great animals in dramatic danger of extinction, especially for the idiot belief that the dust from his horn is aphrodisiac.
From the splendid animal that reminds us of prehistory, we will get to talk about the involution of man and his low instincts, which in Malindi have, as almost always happens, grotesque implications.
As always, the musician Marco "Sbringo" Bigi will be entrusted with the task of setting to music the stories and original songs of Freddie del Curatolo, while both will also reread the classics of Italian song and draw funny parodies on them, as well as proposing every time what has become the abbreviation "catchphrase" of the summer: Tusker Baridi sana.
Appointment Thursday evening, 9 pm with dinner by appointment, Tel. 0700766704
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