Rich Hall's Hoedown

Sat 30 March 8pm        Theatre

Rich Hall’s Hoedown

Rich Hall’s critically-acclaimed new show dismantles the tenuous relationship between the UK and the USA and is as freewheeling and deadly accurate as ever. His BBC documentaries have built him a new legion of followers, but if you’ve only ever seen Hall on TV, you’ve short-changed yourself.

The Hoedown begins as a withering dissection of Trump’s America, but ends up being a celebration of Americana. There’s stand-up, improvised ballads, cracking good musicianship, and ultimately a hilarious, foot-stomping, shit-kicking good time to be had by all. Even if you don’t own a hoe.

'Blissfully funny' The Guardian

Suitable 14+ (PG) likely to be swearing and adult content.

Tickets: £18.50

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