Following a hugely successful autumn 2017 tour, Rich Hall and his Hoedown band continue their second leg of touring their Hoedown show with an extra 36 dates announced for spring 2018. Never has there been a better time to be an American comedian in the UK. Hall’s precision dismantling of the tenuous relationship between the two countries is as freewheeling and deadly accurate as ever.
This Hoedown tour begins as a withering dissection of Trump’s America and all of its twists and turns, but ends up in 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.
Rich Hall’s Hoedown spring tour kicks off in February 2018 with dates across the UK, including a return to Scotland for a 7-night run and 4 nights in London’s illustrious West End at the Leicester Square Theatre. Please see full listings information below. All tickets are on sale now.
Rich’s most recent critically acclaimed BBC Four documentaries, ‘Rich Hall’s Countrier Than You’ and ‘Rich Hall’s Presidential Grudge Match’, as well as his BBC Radio 4 series ‘Rich Hall’s (US Election) Breakdown’, have built him a whole new legion of followers, as have appearances on BBC One’s Have I Got News For You and BBC Two’s QI. But if you’ve only ever seen Hall on TV, you’ve short-changed yourself.
Following on from the immensely successful ‘Rich Hall’s (US Election) Breakdown’, BBC Radio 4’s ‘Rich Hall’s (US) Breakdown’ was broadcast on 18th January, and is still available on BBC iPlayer. This all-new episode reflects on President Trump’s first year in office.
Rich Hall’s grouchy, deadpan style has established him as a master of absurdist irony and the king of rapid-fire wit. Notable UK appearances include regular appearances on ‘Very British Problems’ (Channel 4), ‘Stand Up For The Week’ (Channel 4),  ‘Live At The Apollo’ (BBC1), ‘Channel 4’s Comedy Gala Live At The O2’, ‘Have I Got News For You’ (BBC1), ‘Rich Hall’s Cattle Drive’ (BBC4), ‘Rich Hall’s Gone Fishing’ (BBC4), ‘Otis Lee Crenshaw – London Not Tennessee’ (BBC2), and ‘Never Mind The Buzzcocks’ (BBC2).

Thursday, 19th April Loughborough, Town Hall 01509 231914
Friday, 20th April Watford, Palace Theatre 01923 225 671
Saturday, 21st April Letchworth, The Broadway 01462 681088
Thursday, 26th April Bognor Regis, Alexandra Theatre 01243 861010
Friday, 27th April Treorchy, The Park and Dare Theatre 08000 147 111
Tuesday, 1st May Southend, Cliffs Pavilion 01702 351 135
Wednesday, 2nd May Lytham St Annes, Lowther Pavilion 01253794221
Thursday, 3rd May Doncaster, CAST 01302 303 959
Friday, 4th May Chesterfield, Pomegranate Theatre 01246 345222
Saturday, 5th May Barnsley, Civic Theatre 01226 327 000
Sunday, 6th May Ilkley, Kings Hall (01943) 602319
Thursday, 10th May St Ives (Cambs), Burgess Hall 01480 388111
Friday, 11th May Portsmouth, New Theatre Royal 02392 649 000
Sunday, 13th May Derby, Derby Theatre 01332 593 939
Wednesday, 16th May London, Leicester Square Theatre 020 7734 2222
Thursday, 17th May London, Leicester Square Theatre 020 7734 2222
Friday, 18th May London, Leicester Square Theatre 020 7734 2222
Saturday, 19th May London, Leicester Square Theatre 020 7734 2222
Tuesday, 22nd May Uffculme, The Venue 07931 151545
Thursday, 24th May Barnstaple, Queen’s Theatre 01271 316063
Saturday, 26th May Torquay, Babbacombe Theatre 01803 328385
Wednesday, 6nd June Cleckheaton, Town Hall 01484 225775
Thursday, 7th June Barnard Castle, The Whitham 01833 631 107
Friday, 8th June Yarm, Princess Alexandra Auditorium 01642 786 023
Saturday,9th June Rochdale, Middleton Arena 0300 303 8633
Friday, 15th June Lowestoft, Marina Theatre (rescheduled) 01502 533200
Wednesday, 27th June Wellingborough, The Castle (rescheduled) 01933 270 007

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