WIN tickets to see Living Spit show at Theatre Tropicana

PUBLISHED: 13:00 29 March 2018 | UPDATED: 15:42 29 March 2018

One Man And His Cow.

One Man And His Cow.


A side-splitting North Somerset comedy duo will perform one of its most popular shows in Weston in May.

Living Spit will take One Man And His Cow to the stage at Theatre Tropicana in Marine Parade on May 22.

The song-based show follows Trevor, a member of a keen farming family.

His one issue is his love for his prized cow, Judy.

Trevor’s family believe he should spend less time with his bovine best friend and help more around the farm.

A Theatre Orchard spokesman said: “Written and performed in rhyme and song by the acclaimed Living Spit, One Man And His Cow is jam-packed with farmyard frolics, agricultural cliches and rural wrongdoings.

“It is guaranteed to milk every funny bone in your body.”

Living Spit’s The Fabuolous Bacon Boys will also be at Theatre Tropicana in June.

Again told entirely through song, the show is an hilarious take on The Three Little Pigs.

Bacon Construction, run by three builder brothers, has a reputation for creating high quality homes out of straw, wood and brick.

But to their horror they must fight against the residents of Little-Muckle-in-the-Wold and the terrifying planning inspector Miss Wolf.

One Man And His Cow will be performed at 7.30pm.

Tickets, priced £10, are available online while advance tickets can also be booked from The Bay Café with a 10 per cent discount on offer.

The Mercury has teamed up with Theatre Orchard to offer one lucky reader two tickets to see One Man And His Cow.

To be in with a chance of winning, answer the simple question below before the competition deadline of 10am on April 6.

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