10-08-2019 by Leni Frau
Second full Thursday for Freddie and Sbringo's show focused on stories of men and animals in Kenya.
After the first episode dedicated to elephants and the history of Tusker beer, on Thursday evening the journalist, writer and performer Freddie del Curatolo, accompanied as always by Marco "Sbringo" Bigi, author of the music and interpreter, told the story of anthropophagous lions during the construction of the railway Mombasa-Kampala. Kenya seen by the lions was obviously the starting point for ironic monologues and ad hoc songs, which embraced the current themes of the remake of the Lion King and the recent scientific discoveries on the famous eating felines of men of Tsavo.
Grand finale with what has now become the theme song of the 2019 summer shows, "Tusker Baridi Sana", with the venue completely packed to sing together with the two. Reservations for the evening of mid-August, which will be special and with a lot of music, are already in full swing.
But the Baby Marrow does not stop at Freddie and Sbringo, tomorrow evening, Sunday, August 11, on the new stage of the restaurant will perform a Kenyan singer for a live evening to discover and enjoy during dinner.
For information and reservations, Tel. 0700766704
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