I felt terrible, I was traumatised. H umphries divides his time these days between London — where he lives with his fourth wife, Lizzie Spender, daughter of the late poet laureate Stephen, and a collection of 35, books — and Melbourne, where two of his four children and all five grandchildren live.
Was the capital swinging? Humphries is not, however, living in a nostalgic bubble. Humphries looks reticent.
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It isn't sophisticated, but it's brilliantly disrespectful — as are Sir Les's unreconstructed jokes about "little Thai sheilas" and Peter Mandelson's urologist. So it feels plain wrong when Patterson's patter cedes to his Prokofiev parody, Peter and the Shark.
Neither the text, nor the music is funny — and the style of each is cramped by the other. After the interval, Dame Edna tunelessly croons her "cantata" of Australian history. OK, so Humphries rhymes "peculiar" with Natalie Imbruglia.
But that alone can't redeem the section of his song-cycle devoted to listing Australian celebs, nor erase the memory of some tawdry lyrics.