Do you really have allotments?
Yes. Jo has an allotment in north-west London, and Dan has an allotment in south-east London. It is a miracle that they ever met.
Why the dickens are you writing comic songs about growing vegetables?
We enjoy writing and performing songs on unusual subjects. Dan once wrote a song about how he stopped the Prime Minister from jumping into the Thames, and Jo once wrote a song about the mobility products retailer at the end of her road. Also, we thought it would be fun.
Can I bring my child to the show?
Yes, although younger children may be baffled by sections of it.
Can I bring my grandmother to the show?
Yes. Grandfathers, too, will enjoy our show.
I want you to play at my village hall. Is this possible?
Probably, yes. Email email@example.com to book the show for your village hall, party, fete, vegetable show, harvest festival or garden centre.
I only have a small balcony. Can I still grow vegetables?
We suggest you start with salad leaves, herbs, french beans and cherry tomatoes, which taste fabulous and don’t take up too much space.
Why are there so many snails in my garden?
One of Dan’s neighbours used to own an enormous parrot. This creature frightened away the local birds, leaving the snails with no natural predators. So the first thing to do is to ask yourself: does my neighbour own an enormous parrot?
How can I buy the album?