Sunday, 19 April 2015

There's a snake in ma' boot!

Although the title may suggest there is a snake in Boot – I am afraid to inform you that is incorrect, there will now be Rattlesnakes in another Cumbria town.

No, I regret to announce that the small town of Boot does not house any snakes, though Carlisle will play host to the ever more popular Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes instead. This rock / reptile exhibition is one not to be missed! A perfect idea for a family day out!

Frank Carter is at The Brickyard on the 5th of June, with his collection of rattlesnakes and his colourful body additions, known on the streets as 'tattoos'. Although he may look scary; we can report that he will be doing Christian cover versions of Three Blind Mice, Twinkle Twinkle, Cotton-Eye Joe and many more party favourites.

If you look at the poster, you'll see I included many pretty images on the next of the man. These include birds, snakes, flies and pigs – this is because Frank is very close to nature and all of it's precious animals. Frank's previous job was working for a mediaeval artefact preservation society called Gallows; this brought him in contact with various types of yarn and wood of the past which fuelled his passion for the beauty of nature and animals thus helping form this spectacular touring reptile show.

So get you children and your parents, this fun event will be an evening of excitement and wonder for all ages. Tickets are £11 in advance, and with this you'll have access to all the fun and games—pass the parcel, pin the tail on the metal head and a game of 'speed bingo' for you adventurous types.


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