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Have yourself a merry Chas & Dave Christmas
If you’re in the mood for a good old fashioned British knees-up this Christmas, then get down to the IndigO2 on the 22 and 23 December, as lovable London lads Chas & Dave will be welcoming in the holidays with their unique brand of cockney sing-a-long classics.
Following their successful 'Together Again' tour which touched down at the IndigO2 earlier this year, Chas & Dave will be back in business this Christmas, bringing such fan-favourites as Gertcha, Rabbit, Snooker Loopy and Ain’t No Pleasing You back to the IndigO2 stage.
To get you in the mood for the night, we thought we’d share some of Chas & Dave’s greatest hits with you, so join us as we take a walk down memory lane with some of the lads’ best moments.
Taken from their 1979 album ‘Don't Give a Monkey's’, Gertcha was one of Chas & Dave’s biggest hits, staying in the UK singles charts for 8 weeks.
Released in 1986 and featuring backing vocals from snooker stars Steve Davis and Dennis Taylor, Snooker Loopy remains a favourite to this day.
Reaching number 8 in 1980, Rabbit is a true Chas & Dave classic forever remembered for spawning the line “You’ve got more rabbit than Sainsbury’s”.
The Sideboard Song
Another single taken from 1979’s ‘Don't Give a Monkey's’, The Sideboard Song wasn’t a big hit for Chas & Dave but is still a huge fan-favourite.
Ain't No Pleasing You
One of Chas & Dave’s biggest hits, Ain't No Pleasing You stayed in the charts for 11 weeks and managed to reach as high as number 2 back in 1982.
Touching down at the IndigO2 at 7pm on Thursday 22 and Friday 23 December, the Chas & Dave Christmas Jamboree will be a great way to enjoy a truly British night of song and dance, so why not dust off your Pearly Kings and Queens outfits and get over to the O2 website now to book your tickets and be sure to catch all the fun?
Will you be kicking off Christmas with a good old knees-up with Chas & Dave at The O2 and if so, what’s your favourite song from their great catalogue? Why not let us know in the Comments below.