Laurel and HarDay 2001
Saturday 1st September at the Beer Engine pub, Wigan
Tickets for this unique event are £13.00, but if you are in the Sons of the Desert and you can give the organisers your tent name and Grand Sheik's name then you get a ticket for £10.00. Cheques should be made payable to Bacon Grabbers, 64 Dale Crescent, St. Helens, WA9 4YE, and a stamped addressed envelope is appreciated. Tickets are also on sale at the venue, the Beer Engine in Wigan.Tickets can also be bought at
This year it's a biggy with Ronnie Hazelhurst and his Orchestra playing live, Earsie-Kneesie-Nosey, the Quiz etc. Don't miss this one!
The day lasts from 2pm to 8pm, and as well as several classic shorts, it will feature our resident speaker (all the way from London) and film historian David Wyatt, who this year will focus upon "Laurel and Hardy and the Will Hay Connection", the contents of which are a secret even to the organisers.
There will be the Earsie-Kneesie-Nosey World Championships and a display of material from Internet sites from all around the world. In the words of the Constitution, there will be "scholarly overtones" and a lot of fun and "social undertones".