Written by CJ Hopkins. Presented by Flying Bridge Theatre and Rive Productions

28th September to 2nd October . 7:30pm; 2.30pm Saturday matinee .
£20 – £25 full price, £17.50 – £22.50 concessions

Two clowns shoot the breeze, drinking bourbon and playing cards. While hunting the elusive nine of diamonds, they casually dissect capitalism, sea-lions, western culture, fishing, genocide, you know… stuff like that.

Sam and Bob are not so much waiting for Godot, nor are they waiting for the audience to keep up. Their window on the world is one of menace, hilarity, disappointment and improbability, all delivered with a magnificent high-octane comic brio.

Anarchic and surreal, this delightful and confusing satire surprises and provokes in spades… or the nine of diamonds…

Directed by Mark Bell (The Play that Goes Wrong, Peter Pan Goes Wrong, The Comedy About A Bank Robbery).
Featuring Daniel Llewelyn-Williams and Michael Edwards. 

Horse Country Teaser from Michael Edwards on Vimeo.

Running time: 100 minutes, with no interval

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They like it

  • A profound yet hilarious interchange between two of the most brilliant idiots one has the pleasure of being forced to watch

    New York Herald

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