Last chance to buy tickets for next month’s Singing Kettle’s Pirate Party show at Clickimin

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With one show already sold out and only a limited number of tickets left for the other at Clickimin, the countdown has started for the Singing Kettle’s Pirate Party next month in Shetland.

Cilla Fisher from the Singing Kettle said: “With over 1,000 people already booked for the shows it looks like it will be a complete sell-out. It’s going to be a fantastic atmosphere and we are all really looking forward to returning to Shetland.”

The Pirate Party Show is a one-hour singalong for the whole family full of nautical nonsense and fantastic songs like Drunken Sailor, Over the Irish Sea and Eelly Alley O.

Ms Fisher said: “We are encouraging everyone to dress up as a pirate for the show and come along for some great fun. That’s mums, dads, grans and granddads too.”

The last of the tickets for the Clickimin show on Thursday 7th October at 5pm are on sale from Shetland Box Office on (01595) 745555. But be quick and don’t miss out.


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