Sunday 23 September 2018

Jacki Piper: Still Carrying On

Comedy historian Robert Ross will be back at the Museum of Comedy in London later this year, hosting yet another special Carry On event, in this the 60th anniversary year of our beloved Carry On films.

Celebrate sixty glorious years of the Carry On films with the only actor producer Peter Rogers ever put under a three-year contract. In that time Jacki Piper starred in four Carry On films: cavorting with Terry Scott in Carry On Up the Jungle, enjoying the matrimonial mix-ups of Carry On Loving, playing the savvy daughter of Sid James in Carry On At Your Convenience, and, finally, giggling her way through the maternity ward madness of Carry On Matron.
Having made her film debut opposite Roger Moore in The Man Who Haunted Himself, Jacki has chalked up appearances opposite some of the best loved names in comedy including Eric Sykes, Leonard Rossiter, Leslie Phillips, and Ronnie Barker. 
Jacki will be at the Museum of Comedy in conversation with comedy historian Robert Ross on Sunday 25 November. The event kicks off at 4pm and you can buy tickets via Robert's website
And you can read my Carry On Blogging interview with Jacki here

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