US funnyman Rich Hall casts a wry eye over Trump's America when he brings his Hoedown show to Clacton this Saturday.

The stand-up comedian's deadpan style has made him a favourite on TV panel shows and he has notched up more QI victories than any other guest.

He won a Perrier Comedy Award in 2000 for his redneck jailbird and country musician creation Otis Lee Crenshaw.

He has also appeared on Have I Got News For You, Live At The Apollo and Never Mind The Buzzcocks and Stand Up For The Week.

Most recently he's been seen on the critically acclaimed BBC documentaries Rich Hall’s Countrier Than You and Rich Hall’s Presidential Grudge Match, as well as presenting Rich Hall’s (US Election) Breakdown on Radio 4.

His new show starts with a withering dissection of Trump’s America, dismantles the tenuous relationship between the US and UK, but ends with a celebration of Americana, with improvised ballads and his Hoedown band.

Rich Hall's Hoedown comes to the West Cliff Theatre on November 4 at 8pm.

Tickets are £18 from the box office on 01255 433344.