In Bridge Over Troubled Lager, the pair, who should really know better, will be acting up and presenting a collection of silly stories and songs inspired by their love of 60s music.
Rory began his comedy career writing and performing at Cambridge Footlights, before landing a string of unskilled labouring jobs – fi nally becoming a house writer for BBC Radio.
Philip, a composer, impressionist and actor, wrote many of the songs for Not The Nine O’Clock News and Spitting Image. They met at BBC Radio’s light entertainment department and made a splash at the Edinburgh Festival last year with Dark Side of the Moob.
Expect lots more witty, silly fun at Cambridge Junction, 11 September, 8pm (tickets £13).