Cheeky chappies, the Lancashire Hotpots bring their northern charm to Kendal this weekend as their tour Fifty Shades of Gravy returns to the county they're synonimous with. Five guys named Bernard, Dicki, Bob, Kenny and Billy will be taking centre stage at The Brewery venue this Saturday 5th December for a night of music, comedy and song. If you're into flat caps, vimto, fried food, fiddler's lancashire crisps and anything alcoholic, then this is a must-see act! Their unique folk-inspired songs are inspired by life in the North, everyday observations and occasional pop parodies create a night that has has the critics beaming with smiles and compliments.
“brilliant” Chris Evans, BBC Radio 2
"a terrific evening's entertainment" Steve Lamacq, BBC Radio 2
”The Spinal Tap of folk bands” Paddy McGuinness
“Masters of parody” The Guardian
“It’s impossible not to giggle” BBC Music Reviews
There's a pre-show food deal too, featuring some Lancashire Posh Pot, Black Pudding, Kirkham's Lancashire Cheese aHash Brown and Caramelised Red Onion, with a bottle of Lancashire Craft Ale. If you're visiting Lancashire this weekend and want a great experience about life 'up north', then there really is no better way!
It'll be a fun-packed event, opening at 7.30pm to a range of songs from their 9th album A Fistful of Scratchcards, along with some of their most popular tracks like 'Chippy Tea' and 'Shopmobility Scooter'. Don your flat cap, tie up your whippet at the front door and head over to the Brewery Arts Centre, this Saturday 5th December 2015.