We're Living Spit. We make comedy-theatre shows. Which have music in. That we write. Some people like them. And laugh. In an appropriate way. We make them in Clevedon, North Somerset, UK. Cos that's where we live. Then we put them on all over the place.

Come and see us.

It might be alright.

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28 September

Dorchester Corn Exchange, Dorchester

dorchesterarts.org.uk

 

29 September

Pound Arts, Corsham

poundarts.org.uk

 

1 October

The Exchange, Sturminster Newton

stur-exchange.co.uk

 

4 October

Brewhouse Theatre, Taunton

tauntonbrewhouse.co.uk

 

6-7 October

Spring Arts Centre, Havant

thespring.co.uk

 

9 & 16 October

Artsreach, Dorset

artsreach.co.uk

 

13 October

The Theatre, Chipping Norton

chippingnortontheatre.com

 

15 October

Valley Arts, Bishops Sutton

valleyartscentre.co.uk

 

17-22 October

Theatre Shop, Clevedon

theatreshop.org.uk

 

26-29 October

Blakehay Theatre, Weston-super-Mare

blakehaytheatre.co.uk

 

 

1-12 November

Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol

tobaccofactorytheatres.com

 

Adolf & Winston

Two Actors. Two World Leaders. One Black Dog 

 

London, 1939.

​Winston Churchill looks in the mirror, realises that only he can steer our great nation through its darkest hour and steels himself for the hard road ahead.

 

Bristol, 2021.

Howard Coggins looks in the mirror, shaves, realises he looks a bit like Winston Churchill and steels himself to break some bad news to his good friend, Stu.

 

Bristol, 2022.

Stu Mcloughlin looks in the mirror and realises that he’ll have to grow a little moustache.

 

Buoyed by the success of “The Six Wives of Henry VIII” & “Elizabeth I: Virgin on the Ridiculous”, and unafraid to tackle the big subjects in an essentially inconsequential way, Living Spit’s Howard & Stu are back walking the tightrope of taste and decency with another slice of poorly-researched history. But will either of them escape from this war alive?… 

 

"a terrific production, gloriously silly and worth watching"

"the Morecambe and Wise of Weston-super-Mare"