The Carry On films are the most enduring and endearing offspring of British cinema.

Produced by Peter Rogers and Directed by Gerald Thomas, the Carry Ons were brought to life by Britain's finest comic writers and performers.

Saucy but never salacious, rude but never lewd, the Carry Ons were - in hindsight - the last gasp of the British comic tradition of music hall and bawdy seaside postcards. From the aristocracy to the bloke who cleans the lavs, no-one and no subject was off-limits. The Carry On team poked affectionate fun at everyone and everything in equal measure.

While some subjects and portrayals have dated badly, the films were made without any intention towards malice, reflecting the attitudes of the time, from the post-war innocence of the 1950s to the increasingly adult humour of the 1970s. Hugely successful in their time, the Carry Ons remain a regular fixture on TV to this day.

Join us for a celebration of the best of British comedy from the 1950s through to the 1970s.

...and Carry On Columbus.

Carry On Sergeant (1958)

Carry On Nurse (1959)

Carry On Teacher (1959)

Carry On Constable (1960)

Carry On Regardless (1961)

Carry On Cruising (1962)

Carry On Cabby (1963)

Carry On Jack (1964)

Carry On Spying (1964)

Carry On Cleo (1964)

Carry On Cowboy (1965)

Carry On Screaming! (1966)

Carry On Don't Lose your Head (1966)

Carry On Follow that Camel (1967)

Carry On Doctor (1967)

Carry On up the Khyber (1968)

Carry On Camping (1969)

Carry On Again Doctor (1969)

Carry On up the Jungle (1970)

Carry On Loving (1970)

Carry On Henry (1971)

Carry On at your Convenience (1971)

Carry On Matron (1972)

Carry On Abroad (1972)

Carry On Girls (1973)

Carry On Dick (1974)

Carry On Behind (1975)

Carry On England (1976)

That's Carry On (1978)

Carry On Emmannuelle (1978)

Carry On Columbus (1992)