- Sunday05/11/20176:45 pm - 7:45 pm
Legendary country singer Wilson Dixon returns to the UK after a 7 year hiatus for a very rare performance of songs and stories detailing his difficulties living next door to his ex-wife, his battles with local planning authorities over a power pole being erected on his driveway, his problematic relationship with his horse Andrew, and his struggles to find love in a small town where most of the eligible women are close relatives.
Creator of The Wilson Dixon Line, BBC Radio.
Three time Barry Award nominee (Melbourne International Comedy Festival)
Fred Award Winner (NZ International Comedy Festival)
“deadpan delivery of some of the funniest songs you’ll ever hear…” Time Out, UK
“Simply sensational and utterly unmissable” tvnz.co.nz
“an object lesson in intelligent understated comedy…” Sunday Age Australia
“brilliantly oddball…if there’s any justice, Wilson Dixon will surely inspire a devout following before long. A cult is born.” Chortle
“His laconic storytelling is an inspired combination of sidesplittingly funny observations peppered with zinger one liners and showcased what a remarkable talent he is”. TV3.co.nz
“It’s a reminder of how a comedian at the absolute top of his game can be in complete control of a show: and how good it can be to be in an audience carried along on that wave.” Sunday Star Times