THE HISTORY OF CINEMA’S BEST-LOVED COMEDY SERIES
Comedy Historian Robert Ross talks about the golden years of Carry On with film clips and anecdotes.
In the March of 1958 cameras started rolling on a cheap and cheerful comedy about a bunch of hapless National Service recruits. The film was Carry On Sergeant and it started British film’s most endearing franchise. Nothing sums up the bawdy and raucous British sense of humour more than the Carry Ons. The series is a vital part of the national bloodstream.
Now official Carry On historian Robert Ross takes you behind the scenes of a comedy institution. This is the Carry On story. Naughty but nice…
Doors open at 7.30pm, show starts at 8pm. Show duration 70 minutes.
A Pie & Peas supper is available at 7.30pm.
|Ticket + Pie & Pies supper (served at 7.30pm)||£19.50|