The Singing Kettle will be at their brilliant best this weekend with their sensational new Christmas show at The Whitehall Theatre, Dundee.
The children’s favourites are on stage from Friday, November 15 to Monday, November 18 with their ‘Christmas Wishing Well’ show.
It’s overflowing with superb audience participation, amazing costumes and lots and lots of Christmassy fun. Join Anya, Kevin and Gary as they visit Kettle Village Square in search of the magic Christmas Wishing Well.
Sing-a-long with non-stop favourite songs including, ‘Twelve Days of Christmas’, ‘Jingle Bells’, ‘Five Wee Mice’ and ‘Coulter’s Candy’. There are brand new songs too, ‘Ho, Ho, Ho. It’s Christmas’ and ‘Magic Wishing Well’.
It’s a must see this Christmas for both young and old and is the perfect treat to get everyone in the festive spirit.
There are loads of surprises from start to finish. Some lucky children will end up on stage to join in the action and there may even be a visit from a very special white-bearded guest in a red suit!
Don’t delay and book today for this captivating Singing Kettle festive extravaganza. It’s all you need to wish for this Christmas. Remember to wear a Santa hat and take along a bucket for the well.
The shows will run on Friday at 5 p.m.; Saturday at noon and 3 p.m.; Sunday at noon and 3 p.m. and on Monday at 10 a.m.
Visit www.singingkettle.com for more information.
Over the years, the Singing Kettle has grown from being a small show for children, touring playgroups and schools, to the biggest box office draw in the UK.
Singing Kettle early shows were based on clues for songs inside brightly coloured kettles. While this principle is still central to the action, plot lines and stage sets are now built around imaginative story lines, transforming the original concept into a spectacular musical for the whole family.
The Singing Kettle have turned children’s theatre into an art form and their unique performances have become the benchmark for fellow professionals.
Audiences are hooked on their madcap musical adventures flavoured with cheeky Scottish humour. Adults and children find themselves singing the songs long after the performance is over. Ticket details from the box office on 01382 434940.