C.J. Hopkins' 2002 winner of everything returns! Clowns Sam and Bob shoot the breeze, drink bourbon and hunt the elusive nine of diamonds, while casually dissecting capitalism, sea-lions, western culture, fishing, genocide... stuff like that.
Not so much waiting for Godot, more keeping up with him, their window on the world is one of menace, hilarity, disappointment and improbability, delivered with magnificent high-octane comic brio.
Directed by Olivier Winner Mark Bell (The Play That Goes Wrong), this anarchic, surreal satire provokes in spades – or diamonds!
'Substantial, sharp, brilliant, intense!' (Scotsman, Best of Fringe Firsts 2002).
Part of our Edinburgh Festival Fringe programme