It’s the Ghostly Chuckles

A spirited performance: Brothers Paul and Barry Chuckle perform their spoof of Phantom of the Opera at the Charter Theatre this weekend

A spirited performance: Brothers Paul and Barry Chuckle perform their spoof of Phantom of the Opera at the Charter Theatre this weekend

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The Chuckle Brothers return to the Charter Theatre with their Phantom of the Opera.

It’s Chucklevision at the Charter Theatre tomorrow with the return of the nation’s favourite brotherly duo The Chuckle Brothers, who are touring the UK with their new show, Meet the Phantom at the Theatre.

Barry Elliott, now 68, and brother Paul, 65, first found fame with their long-running kids TV show, ChuckleVision, in 1987.

They were a big hit at the Charter last year with their Pirates of the Caribbean spoof, Pirates of the River Rother, and previous shows like Indiana Chuckles and the Kingdom of the Mythical Sulk and Aladdin have also been popular there.

This time, the Chuckles are faced with a ghostly presence in the theatre that is scaring all the customers away.

Paul and Barry try to help the theatre manager to get his business back in order but, as ever with the twosome, not quite everything goes to plan!

Children and their families will enjoy the show’s sing-along panto songs, magic, UV puppets and, of course, the Chuckle Brothers’ signature slapstick humour – complete with catchphrase, “To me, to you!”

Meet the Phantom at the Theatre is showing this Friday at 2pm at the Charter Theatre.

Tickets are priced at £14 and are available from the Guild Hall box office on 0845 344 2012 or online at www.prestonguildhall.com.

For groups of 10 or more, the 11th ticket is free, or family tickets are also available at £52.