Artie's Singing Kettle SCOTLAND

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Aberdeen Arts Centre
33 King Street
Aberdeen
AB24 5AA

Billed as a real Scottish ceilidh for children, Artie's new offering will celebrate Rabbie Burns' Birthday with a show packed full of Scottish songs. "Burns' songs are a wee bit tricky for today's younger audience but I thought it would be a great way to celebrate our national Bard with a show that features only Scottish songs. And I've got a load of them!" Likely to feature are Singing Kettle favourites, "Shove Yer Granny", "A Plate o' Tattie Soup" and "The Big Ship Sails through the Eelly Alley O".  And the audience won't be seated for the whole performance, children will be invited to get on their feet and do some crazy dancing too.  Imagine a whole audience stomping around playing ceilidh instruments to "The Music Man". "This is the second generation of Singing Kettle fans," says Artie.  "I love watching parents re-live their childhoods while at the same time the children are having a whale of a time". Great fun for the whole family, bring Granny too. We promise not to shove her off the Bus! A more detailed version of Aberdeen Arts Centre's seating plan (including steps) can be viewed online at: *www.aberdeenartscentre.com/visit* Tickets cannot be amended after purchase, so use this seating plan to ensure your party are not separated by a wall and that all your party are able to comfortably take their seats without access issues. We have a lift up to our auditorium but please note only seats D - G 25&26 and D - G 2&3 are step free once on the auditorium level. We also have four wheelchair spaces plus companion space which you can only purchase from Aberdeen Arts Centre directly - please email *boxoffice@aberdeenartscentre.com* to book these wheelchair spaces.

Billed as a real Scottish ceilidh for children, Artie's new offering will celebrate Rabbie Burns' Birthday with a show packed full of Scottish songs.

"Burns' songs are a wee bit tricky for today's younger audience but I thought it would be a great way to celebrate our national Bard with a show that features only Scottish songs. And I've got a load of them!"

Likely to feature are Singing Kettle favourites, "Shove Yer Granny", "A Plate o' Tattie Soup" and "The Big Ship Sails through the Eelly Alley O".  And the audience won't be seated for the whole performance, children will be invited to get on their feet and do some crazy dancing too.  Imagine a whole audience stomping around playing ceilidh instruments to "The Music Man".

"This is the second generation of Singing Kettle fans," says Artie.  "I love watching parents re-live their childhoods while at the same time the children are having a whale of a time".

Great fun for the whole family, bring Granny too. We promise not to shove her off the Bus!

A more detailed version of Aberdeen Arts Centre's seating plan (including steps) can be viewed online at: www.aberdeenartscentre.com/visit

Tickets cannot be amended after purchase, so use this seating plan to ensure your party are not separated by a wall and that all your party are able to comfortably take their seats without access issues. We have a lift up to our auditorium but please note only seats D - G 25&26 and D - G 2&3 are step free once on the auditorium level. We also have four wheelchair spaces plus companion space which you can only purchase from Aberdeen Arts Centre directly - please email boxoffice@aberdeenartscentre.com to book these wheelchair spaces.

  • Dates & Booking

    Jan. 30, 2022 10:30am

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    Jan. 30, 2022 1:00pm

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  • Ticket Info

    Standard - From £12.50 - £37.50

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