TICKETS are still available for Bridgwater's Old Folks Show, which is returning to thw town later this month after two years away. 

The three-day show, which features the Bridgwater Carnival clubs, will take place at the town hall between Thursday, March 24 and Saturday, March 26. 

The song and dance show was first staged in 1962 and was the idea of Kelvin Foster, former chairman of Wills Carnival Club. 

It was designed to thank Bridgwater's pensioners for their support and for helping to keep the town's carnival spirit alive. 

The Old Folks Show is making its long-awaited comeback after coronavirus restrictions prevented it from going ahead in 2020 and 2021.

Tickets for the show are free, and there are some available for each of the show's three performances. 

The show is organised by local canivalite Wayne Anker with support from Bridgwater Gangs and Features and the performing clubs. 

Wayne said: "The show is really good fun for everyone involved and it’s a chance for us all to relax and get into the carnival spirit." 

You can collect tickets from Bridgwater Carnival Centre in the town's High Street, which is open from 9am until 1pm on weekdays. 

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