Farmer Trevor has a big problem. Given just months to live, he is faced with the dilemma of which one of his three children to bequeath his beloved farmstead to.
Each has their own beguiling qualities and Trevor just can’t choose between them. Then one fateful night in the cowshed, help arrives from the most unlikely of sources…
A rural romp, written and performed by “the Morecambe and Wise of Weston Super Mare” (The Daily Telegraph), featuring a multitude of agricultural antics and farmyard frolics, all told with homespun charm and wit and entirely in rhyme and song.
“World-class actors at the top of their game." The FTR
“Like King Lear. But with a cow” audience member
Howard Coggins, who wrote the show and created the role of Trevor way back in 2013 has taken a leave of absence due to sickness. The part of Trevor will be played by…well…someone else. Check livingspit.co.uk for up to date casting details.”