The Magic Pudding - The Opera in pictures
17 Nov 2017
17 Nov 2017
'Since he is anxious to be munched,
won't you join us for lunch?'
'Delighted! A very pleasant affair
Partaking of pud' in the open air.'
'It's a cut-an'-come again Puddin'.'
'O, who would be a puddin'
A puddin' in a pot,
A puddin' which is stood on
A fire which is hot?
O sad indeed the lot
Of a puddin' in a pot.'
from The Puddin's Lament by Puddin', also know as Albert
'Hurrah for puddin'-owning,
Hurrah for Friendship's hand,
The puddin'-thieves are groaning
To see our noble band.'
from The Puddin' - Owners' Anthem by Bill Barnacle, Sam Sawnoff and Bunyip Bluegum
'We must as detectives
In search of a clue,
Track down those thieves,
And our Puddin' rescue.'
'On a terrible quest we run north-west,
In a terrible rage we run;
With never a rest we run north-west,
Till our terrible work is done.
In a terrible rage we run all day.'
From the The Puddin' Owners Quest
'The criminal foodstuffs need be arrested
From Puddin' assault we must be protected.'
'A Judge must be respected,
A Judge you mustn't knock,
Or else you'll be detected
And shoved onto the dock.'
'Four puddin'- owners true,
And their puddin' too,
Who boldly claim
In Friendship's name
The noble Irish stoo,
Hurrah, Hurrah, Hurroo!'