By ‘eck! Britain’s favourite fun-folk fivesome the Lancashire Hotpots are bringing their unique talents to Blackpool’s Grand Theatre on Friday June 6 as part of their Summertime Special tour.
Since first taking to the stage in 2007, The Lancashire Hotpots have become the go-to-band for those wanting a light-hearted view on life from a Northern angle.
With a roster of rousing anthems such as He’s Turned Emo, The Baking Song and I Fear Ikea; the Hotpots have become a cult spectacle, touring the country with their own brilliant brand of parody songs and celebrating the culture of the North West.
Along the way they have graced the Glastonbury festival, toured with Paddy McGuinness, written jingles for Holland’s Pies, recorded live studio sessions at BBC 6Music for avid Hotpots fan Steve Lamacq and even managed to have real ales named after them!
With their brand new Summertime Special tour the famous flat-capped five will once again be entertaining the nation with their cheeky songs about chippy teas, shop mobility scooters, smuggling your own sweets into the cinema and having a great time in the North.
With congas, puppets and pirates on the menu at each and every Hotpots gig, join Bernard, Bob, Kenny, Billy and Dickie at Blackpool Grand Theatre for a rambunctious riot of good time, singalong fun.
The Lancashire Hotpots are at Blackpool’s Grand Theatre on Friday June 6 at 8pm.
Tickets £15.50, for more information see www.blackpoolgrand.co.uk/ or call the boxz office on 01253 290190.
The Hotpots brand new DVD is now available.
The lads are set for a fantastic night of comedy folk at the Lowry in Salford until the arrival of Mr Dickickson from OFFOLK (the regulatory body for acoustic and roots music). Will Mr D allow the gig to go ahead? Will it be folk off? Find out in the ‘Lancashire Hotpots live at The Lowry’. For more details go to thelancashirehotpots.net/