The Many Apologies of Pecos Bill & Sock Puppet
The Many Apologies of Pecos Bill
This is a story about two Texans: Pecos Bill, the Greatest Cowboy of All Time, and Greg Wohead, who once passed out from over-exertion on a 3-mile hike. In this solo show about tall tales, big skies and the distance from home, Greg uses music, storytelling and a pico projector to find his way back to Texas.
Greg Wohead is an Artistic Associate at The Yard and has shown work at BAC, The Basement, STK and Camden People’s Theatre.
Ralph Guiltless’s life is going nowhere, until he makes a pact with a haunted sock. Now he can have whatever he wants, and all he has to do is strangle a few people. A dark and stupid comedy.
John-Luke Roberts is a writer for Radio 4′s The News Quiz and his first solo show ‘Distracts You From a Murder’ was called a ‘brilliant solo debut’ by the Independent.
25 – 28 September 2012
Tickets £10. This gets you in to see both shows.
The Many Apologies of Pecos Bill is created by Greg Wohead with music by Mat Martin.
Sock Puppet is created by John- Luke Roberts.