Rich Hall’s Hoedown

Category: Entertainment

Start Date: 06/10/2018 20:00

End Date: 06/10/2018

Location: Tivoli Theatre, Wimborne

Booking Essential: Yes

Description: Rich Hall’s critically acclaimed new show begins its second leg of touring this September. There has never been a better time to be an American comedian in the UK; Hall’s precision dismantling of the tenuous relationship between two countries is as freewheeling and deadly accurate as ever. His BBC Four documentaries, most recently Rich Hall’s Countrier Than You and Rich Hall’s Presidential Grudge Match, and BBC Radio 4 series Rich Hall’s (US Election) Breakdown, have built him a new legion of followers, as have appearances on Have I Got News For You and QI. But if you’ve only ever seen Hall on TV, you’ve short-changed yourself. ‘As close as it gets to a guaranteed good show’ – Scotland on Sunday 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 OVER 14’S ONLY Please let us know you saw us on What's On in Dorset!

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E-mail: boxoffice@tivoliwimborne.co.uk

Telephone: 01202 885566

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