Rich Hall, star of acclaimed BBC 4 documentaries including Continental Drifters, You Can Go To Hell, I’m Going To Texas and Inventing The Indian is heading out on the road this autumn, and will drop in for four nights at Tobacco Factory Theatres with his live band show Hoedown.
The award-winning Montana native renowned for his quickfire audience banter, grouchy, deadpan style, absurdist irony and pin-sharp musical sequences looks in at the Factory from Sept 6-8 for another mash-up of music and comedy. We’d recommend booking sharpish, as Hall’s Bristol visits always sell out.
Rich’s latest documentary In Search Of Southern Hospitality aired on Radio 4 back in April: he returns to the station later this year with Rich Hall’s (US Election) Breakdown, promising to guide listeners through the chaos of Trump v Clinton.
Rich Hall’s Hoedown Tobacco Factory Theatres, Tue Sept 6-Thur Sept 8. For more info and to book tickets, visit www.tobaccofactorytheatres.com/shows/rich-halls-hoedown
Pic: Roddy Hand