21st November 2018
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Singing Kettle show coming back in October

The children’s entertainment group Singing Kettle is returning to Shetland in October after the amazing reaction to last year’s Pirate Show.

Cilla, Artie, Gary and Kevin will bring animal antics with their fantastic new show Farmyard Party. The special one-hour fun filled singalong will take place at the Clickimin Centre.

Centre manager Robert Geddes said: “We have been trying to fix up a return date for some time. The Singing Kettle created a great atmosphere in the centre last time to the delight of the young and not so young audience alike. I’m sure it will be the same again this time with their new show.”

The two shows are on Saturday 22nd October at noon and 3pm, the last weekend of the October school holidays.

Kevin Macleod from the Singing Kettle said: “We had a fantastic visit last time. The audiences were wonderful. The new Farmyard Party show will be great too, so come along dressed as your favourite farmyard animal and join in the fun.”

Mr Geddes added: “The last time they were here the tickets sold very quickly and with only two shows I would advise everyone to buy early.”

Tickets go on sale at 9am on Monday from Shetland Box Office, Islesburgh Complex, King Harald Street, Lerwick or call (01595) 745555.

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