One Man and his Cow in a pub near you
PUBLISHED: 10:07 07 May 2014
TWO North Somerset theatre companies have teamed up once again to put on a musical comedy for brews and bars.
The Theatre Orchard and Clevedon-based duo, Living Spit, will put on One Man and his Cow at a number of venues across the South West in a bid to encourage more people to use their local watering hole.
One Man and his Cow is free to watch, packed full with live music and follows the unlikely friendship between Farmer Trevor and his bovine buddy, Judy.
Sponsored by Yeo Valley, as well as with additional funding from Arts Council England and North Somerset Council, the show is part of a wider pub theatre programme launched to help ailing pubs.
As well as local boozers, the show will also detour to The Tobacco Factory, Eat Drink Bristol Fashion and Yeo Valley.
The show will be put on at the following venues:
May 8 and July 17, 7pm: Yeo Valley, Blagdon
May 21, 8pm: Railway Inn, Yatton
May 22, 8pm: Golden Lion, Wrington
June 9, 8pm: The Parish Pump, Worle
For more details visit www.thetheatreorchard.org.uk