Category Archives: Comedy
Plans for this year’s Christmas Fayre are complete and you can read all about them on this website.
The brochure is ready and will be delivered to all the houses in town over the next week or so. Keep an eye out for your copy coming through the letter box any day now.
But in the meantime, if you want a sneak previow, you can download it by clicking here.
HELP! Help! Save me! Are you a parent to a Superhero? If so, they might want to join forces on Thursday July 7 and come dressed up in their shiniest costumes for a “bring your own” picnic for pre-schoolers at the Marquee and enjoy the hilarity provided by Kiddies’ Entertainer, Hat McKool.
And there’s nothing wrong with a 5′ 8″ forty-year-old dressed as Wonder-woman, so secret parent superheroes, don’t be afraid to don a cape either! Wear your costumes and join in the laughter from 1pm to 3pm! You can find all the details by clicking here.
As usual, there will be a huge free event with something for everyone as we wind down our festival with the annual Summer Fete on Sunday 10th July.
Hark at those sirens! The talented townsfolk of Chudleigh invite you to “take cover” and join your hosts Gaynor Seager and Paul Hurrell for a night of HITS FROMTHE BLITZ, music and entertainment from the forties and fifties.
No rations here, the good folk of Harvey’s of Chudleigh will fill your bellies with Hot Jackets and fillings, and for an £8 ticket you can be assured of good company performers such as with Chudleigh Duo The Sophisticats, AJ’s Burlesque Dancers, Girls Allowed Out, the Shanty Men plus CADS and 2Firedup duo Lisa Smith and Gina Sherwood ( of BBC1 fame!)
You can find more details by clicking here. Chudleigh Box office has the tickets. Take Aim and HEAD for the Marquee!
Friday 8th June, 6:30pm til Late
We all like a giggle or two… This year we are once again hosting our own laughter and comedy evening in the marquee, but this year it’s comedy of an alternative nature. We are excited to introduce three very funny and original comedians to the stage under the watchful eye (but not where diets are concerned, she tells me) of Jackie Juno, writer painter, singer, comedienne, celebrant and Grand Bard of Exeter.
This is a ticket event, £8 for a 7pm start, click here for full details.
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The brochures have been printed; we’ve collected them; stuffed the flyers in them (thanks, team); and Tom has loaded them into his car. In fact, the first few are being delivered as I type. (If you hear something coming through your letterbox as you read this, it could well be your copy.)
And if you prefer your information electronically, you can find a link to the full brochure on the Summer Festival page.
It may be a sign of age, but this year is just flying by. It barely seems like yesterday since we were standing in the rain watching the lights go on during the Christmas Fayre, yet here we are, just seven weeks from the arrival of the marquee.
Leah Sambrooks won the competition to design the brochure cover and her illustration is currently being printed. The brochure will be with you before the end of this month.
The programme is now finalised and the web pages will be up very soon.. Over the next few weeks, we will introduce each of the events: what’s happening, where, when and where to get your tickets.
We’ve got some exciting new events this year plus lots of old favourites. we’re very excited about Chudfest 2016 Summer Festival and we hope you are, too.
The competition to design the cover for this year’s Chudfest brochure is now closed. Many thanks to everyone who entered; we will be announcing the winner very shortly. The brochure is currently being prepared and will be with you towards the end of next month.
And in the meantime, the Save the Date leaflet is being delivered to all the houses in town over the next few days. This is your chance to see what’s on the programme and get the key dates in your diaries. We’ve got some exciting new events coming up, plus a whole load of old favourites (and I don’t just mean the Committee Members!).
It may not seem like it, especially when we’re being battered by wind and rain, but summer’s just around the corner. You are going to hear a lot more from us over the next three months. Here’s to another great Summer Festival.
One of my jobs this morning is to start working on the lists of people to whom thanks are due: the companies and individuals who have donated prizes; bought adverts in the brochure; loaned or given us resources; and generally supported the preparations for this year’s festival. These lists will appear at appropriate events and here on the website after 13th July.
One of the problems with living with a project for so long is you start assuming everyone knows as much about it as you do. And you get confused when that proves not to be the case.