Remember the Everly Brothers? Still listen to The Beatles? Does rock ‘n’ roll make you want to get up and dance? Then you’ll love this year’s Carnival show, which is on at The Guildhall, Chard during Carnival week.
Celebrating 50 years of Chard Carnival, Chard Entertainment’s latest production ‘Free And Easy’ is an opportunity to tap your feet to some of the classic pop songs of the 50s and 60s.
Set exactly 50 years ago in 1967, it’s a comedy about a northern pub where Free and Easy nights (Karaoke, as it is known today) are the main attraction. With a live band actually on the stage and featuring a host of tunes that you know and love, it’s the ideal way to spend an enjoyable evening.
Following on from the enormous success of The Vicar of Dibley – last year’s Carnival show – was never going to be easy, but Chard Entertainment Chair, Neil Wells, is confident that this production will provide the audiences with a great night out. “These songs are almost timeless, and bring back such amazing memories. In addition, this is one of the funniest show we’ve ever done and I know our audiences will have a really good time.”
‘Free And Easy’ will be staged nightly at 7.30pm from Wednesday 11th to Friday 13th October at The Guildhall, Chard. Tickets for the show are available from Barron’s, Holyrood Street and cost just £8. You can also buy online at www.ticketsource.couk/chardentertainment where a small booking fee applies.