80s Cult TVWe invite you to wallow in the pure nostalgia of the weird and wonderful world of 1980s television.Discover Bucks MuseumSat February 17, 20246.30pmBook Here
The Crazy GangInterviewed by Tim BishopClub for Acts and Actors 20 Bedford Street LondonFri February 23, 20243pmContact Us
Carry On Girl Power!A celebration of the Carry On Girls, with very special V.I.P. Carry On guests, and a chance to get your copy of the book signed by some of the girls themselves. Confirmed guests so far: the gorgeous Pauline Peart (Carry On Girls), and Louise Burton (Carry On EnglandCarry On Emmannuelle). Robert Ross will be sharing his stories from his close friendship with Joan Sims, and Gemma Ross will be sharing her stories from her favourite Carry On Girls with a special tribute to Imogen Hassall. Joining the fun will also be Steve Nallon with a special tribute to Dora Bryan and Beryl Reid.Sommers Town Hall 20 Phoenix Road LondonFri February 23, 20247pmBook Here
The Carry On Girls – Chortle Book FestivalJoin Robin Ince, acclaimed comedian, author and broadcaster in his Literary Lounge, hosted at the Chortle Comedy Book Festival. Gemma and Robert Ross drop by for conversations on all things comedic, sharing insights, anecdotes and musing on the business of being funny.The British Museum, London3rd March 7.15pmBook Here
Write On Comedy WorkshopsThe Write On Comedy Workshops use a celebration of the history of comedy as a way to develop and promote your writing be it, Sitcom, Sketches, Monologues or Biography.Waterside Theatre Aylesbury13th, 20th and 27th March 20247pmBook Here
Sid James Carry On and BeyondMarking the 50th anniversary of his last Carry On film, all shot in Buckinghamshire, Sid’s biographer Robert Ross, and Comedy Historian Gemma Ross host this celebration of the beloved actor who starred in everything from Ealing Comedy to Hammer Horror, and found situation comedy stardom with Hancock’s Half-Hour, and Bless This House. Packed with hilarious anecdotes, and rare clips!Discover Bucks MuseumSat April 20, 20246.30pmBook Here
Jeffrey Holland’s Comedy Friends and HeroesJeffrey shares memories of working on Dad’s Army, Russ Abbot’s Madhouse, Are You Being Served?, It Ain’t Half Hot Mum, Hi-de-Hi!, You Rang, M’Lord?and Oh, Doctor Beeching!; as well as reflecting on his comedy influences and favourites, including Arthur Askey, Peter Sellers, and the bowler-hatted genius who inspired his celebrated, sell-out solo show And This is My Friend Mr. Laurel. It’s laughter guaranteed!Stables Theatre, The Bourne, Hastings, East Sussex, TN34 3BDTues April 23, 20247:30pmBook Here
A Celebration of Tony HancockIn the five or six years before the sixties really started to swing, Tony Hancock was Britain’s best-loved comedian. In remembrance of the Lad Himself, born 100 years ago this month, Robert Ross delves into the vaults for hilarious and neglected moments from his career; and takes a detailed look at his last few years, often seen as a rapid decline but in point of fact showcasing some of his most fascinating work. Stone me!Sommers Town Hall 20 Phoenix Road LondonFri May 17, 20247pmBook Here
P&O Cruises7 Day Voyage Guest SpeakerCruise Number N411Sat May 25th – Sat June 1stN/ABook Here

Book Festival

Free entry to our annual Write On Comedy Book FestivalDiscover Bucks Museum, AylesburySaturday 22, 202412pmTBC
Carry On Up the Cinema Museum VAnother fun packed Carry On Day with guests.The Cinema MuseumSat July 6, 202412pm – 7pmBook Here
Write On Comedy Brighton Walking TourYou’ll hear and learn all about Brighton’s comedy connections, from the cheeky chappie Max Miller to the Carry On Team and so much more. You’ll have opportunities for pictures in some of Brighton’s most famous comedy landmarks and ask Robert all your questions along the way.TBCSat July 20, 202412pm – 3pmBook Here
Funny Way to Make A LivingPrivate TalkThe Manor BerkhamstedSat July 27, 2024N/AClosed Event
Carry On Screaming!Luncheon Club Guest Speaker. Talk includes a lunch. The Langham Hotel, EastbourneTues October 22, 202412pmBook Here