Nineties comedy star Charlie Chuck coming to perform in Waltham
LAUGHTER lovers will get more than a chuckle when comic star Charlie Chuck performs in Waltham.
The 1990s legend who found fame on BBC series The Smell of Reeves and Mortimer will entertain a crowd at the Waltham Tea Gardens on Thursday.
Many will best remember him for his bizarre and manically surreal humour on the programme which he appeared on between 1993 and 1995 and referred to by the comic duo as Uncle Peter.
And his show, I'm In Waltham, promises to be no different, as he plans to perform his usual stand-up gold along with a magic show.
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Entertainment promoter and close friend Andy Wood has been thrilled by the number of excited fans who have bought tickets so far – but there are still around 20 left up for grabs.
He said: "Like Charlie Chuck, there is nowhere quite like the Tea Gardens, so I thought the two would go together. Charlie likes to play those types of places and I know he will love performing there.
"People who have bought tickets can't believe they are going to see him. It is not something that happens often in the village. It will be bonkers and crazy – everything that he is."
Charlie Chuck – whose real name is David Kear – started his career as a drummer and has performed with bands in the 1970s and 1980s such as the Small Faces and the Amazing Barvarian Stompers.
Later he appeared on Sky TV talent show, Sky Star Search where he was spotted by DJ James Whale who booked him on several late night editions of the James Whale Radio Show before landing the gig with Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer.
Andy, who is a musician, struck up a friendship with Charlie Chuck – after gigging together on numerous occassions.
Charlie Chuck will be also supported by comic 1980s rock star Randy Rimmer.
Andy continued: "It will be a great night with good people all getting into the Christmas spirit.
"I am really looking forward to it. I haven't seen him doing any magic stuff before so no doubt, that will be a bit different and funny.
"We still have a few tickets left and we want it to be a sell out."
If you want to see Charlie Chuck live, contact Andy on 07879 680600.