My Bottom Did A Burp In Class - A Tale Of Wibbly Wobbly Words
  • Great Yorkshire Fringe

My Bottom did a burp in class A big one, really loud Everybody heard it too It made me really proud& Everyone experiences an unexpected Bottom Burp at some point or another. Grown ups will tell you that they don't, but we totally know that they do. All of them. Even the Prime Minister. Even the Queen. (Except one of her servants usually does hers for her). The inescapable truth is that they sneak out, sometimes without us even knowing - and that's something we've all got in common. Poet, Paul Jenkins knows this, so insists on talking about it in public. And in rhyme too. He also talks about other stuff of course; like teachers and the secret things they say behind the staff room door; sparkling knights who ride rainbow unicorns and about how the colour pink is really a tiny little bit like Marmite. (It is, you'll just have to trust him).

Bratty Brothers, Dentists with their pants on fire and that kid in your class who sometimes eats the glue sticks - they'll all be making an appearance.

A morning of poems with Paul and you will understand just how wobbly words can sometimes be.

Suitable for children aged 5+ and their families.

"Brilliantly silly yet superbly smart poetry that had the children in our audience in absolute fits of giggles" - Tiernan Douieb, Comedy Club 4 Kids
"A fantastic poet" - Stretton St Matthew's Primary School, Warrington
"Hilarious, packed with energy and grips the attention of adults and children alike. Not to be missed." - Keri Moriarty, Bunbury Publishing
"Paul had that wow factor" - Lancashire Telegraph