Wunderbar is Eddie's last tour before he intends to sink his teeth into politics. He has offered to stand for election as an MP, MEP or for Mayor of London. He will fit in somewhere.
Perhaps the peak of his dog poetry was the line showing unconditional love, when an owner states: "You are not my dog" and the dog stubbornly responds: "You are the best owner I've ever had."
The delighted audience enjoyed excellence, with Maksim Stsura at the piano, accompanying Jamal on the cello.
As a man walked along Saffron Hall's stage, the audience started cheering the beginning of Music and Maths on Wednesday, October 16.
Paul Lewis delivered the best classical performance of this autumn season at Saffron Hall on Sunday, October 13.
He recited a poem for Prince Charles (O, Charles!), who the poet said went through a "living hell" as a royal, but consoled him in absentia: "It could be worse, Charles… you could live in Reading".
The London Philharmonic Orchestra performed their first concert as resident orchestra at Saffron Hall on September 28.
A night of laughter was brought by professional scientists on September 27 at the Junction in Cambridge.
An ocean of musical bohemia cascaded over Saffron Hall this week.