There is the correct way to play a violin and then there is the other way to play a violin. You are either in camp 1: play the violin correctly or camp 2: play the violin with baked beans. If you are in camp 1, you need not read further.
Right now that's sorted and only the relevant readers are still with us. An unsuspecting violin sits on the play table of Giblet Gusset. Now we've all been here, sometimes you just find yourself with a spare can of baked beans and you wonder what to do with it. Giblet Gusset has found a solution, the tender pouring of baked beans onto the violin is wonderfully done, and then just when you felt there is no turning back we discover there is an undo, and the beans return to the can. Sonic assault with dance moves. Is this going to be a choreographed room of dancers in bikinis you wonder? Is this the beginnings of a cheesy 15 sec TikTok choreographed video. No and N0, that is not where we are going. There is no need to stop screaming. The sound of baked beans, a bow and a violin is, well, quite captivating. The distant memory of a voice telling you not to play with your food amongst the inner screams of the baked bean, and slippery red sauce in full indulgence. The full English breakfast dissected and disembowelled. Sonic assault with dance moves. Fucking fuck the fucking fuckers. Will the violin be washed down with a hose and hung out to dry? All the weeping violin teachers gonna weep. The End :)
Review by: @lisa_mckendrick