In the March of 1958 cameras started rolling on a cheap and cheerful black and white comedy about the madcap exploits of a bunch of hapless National Service recruits. The film was Carry On Sergeant and its popularity kick-started British film’s most endearing franchise.
Now comedy historian and author of The Carry On Companion, Robert Ross, takes you behind the scenes of a comedy institution. This is the Carry On story. Naughty but nice…
|Date||Thursday 14 June|
|Venue||The Quarry Theatre at St Luke’s|
|Admission||£14.50 (£12.50 concessions)|