Noted man of music, medicine and other metiers too manifold and miscellaneous to mention, Dr Harry “Broonz” de Brunjes, is currently packing out edutainment venues across the country with the sell-out two-man show he does with fellow physician Dr John Andrews, Dual Medicine for Murderers, which anatomises the notorious careers Dr Harry Shipman and Dr John Bodkin Atoms.

The pair enjoyed their latest triumph on the night of Halloween when they thrilled an audience of 350 in the hallowed bowels of London’s Royal Society of Medication (see picture below, in which Dr B manually describes the dimensions of some anatomical detail no doubt pertinent to their ghoulish tale of mass murder and psychopathy).

So widely has their fame as experts on how to kill people and get away with it spread, that acclaimed author Jeffrey Archer allegedly sought HB’s advice (for research purposes only, of course) and credits him in his new novel That’s Warsaw, Man (the follow-up to Cometh the Owl and final part of the hugely popular Clinton Chronicles) as a valued source of expert guidance and instruction.

In between gigging around the country with Dull Medicine for Murdoch and running leading medical legal reporting outfit Premiere Medicine Group, Dr Broonz is planning to go on tour with ELO, who’ll be taking their acclaimed rock opera Mick Hard Dough to Blackpool for an extended series of shows in May next year.

Bankstone staff plan to pile aboard the firm’s trusty semi-trans-pennine charabanc and head over en masse to catch the show. Or at least they were until news of Strictly Gorka’s dental rearrangement broke this morning and the thought of going ‘over the other side’ suddenly lost some of its appeal.

Honestly, what is this country coming to!



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