South Western

Award-winning Bristol company The Wardrobe Ensemble (Education,  Education, Education and 1972: The Future of Sex) present an odyssey of revenge from the mean streets of Bristol to the perilous cliffs of Cornwall, via Wookey Hole, the Eden Project and Easton-in-Gordano services. At the Tobacco Factory Theatre summer 2018.

With a shotgun in one hand and a packet of pickled onion Monster Munch in the other, drenched by rain and facing the final frontier of the wilderness, The Wardrobe Ensemble present an epic tale of blood, guts and cider.

Notorious villains, uneasy alliances, doomed love affairs and thigh-slapping folk music: a spaghetti western with Cornish pasties.

‘a riotous wild west homage… as charming – and impossible to categorise – as their previous shows…rivalling Patrick Barlow’s much-loved adaptation of The 39 Steps for theatrical inventiveness.’

★★★ The Guardian

‘buckle up, pack your pint as well as your pistol, and get ready for a rip-roaring ride that proves Wardrobe Ensemble are some of the best in the West.’

★★★★ ReviewsHub