Nick Cope Cheltenham Festive Concert

Events

Ages:

  • All The Family
  • Under 5s
  • School Age

Venue:

Indoor

Cost:

Paid

Description

A fun family concert guaranteed to have you all giggling into Christmas. Check out the reviews for Nick's concert below

Sunday 16th December 2018
2:30pm

St Andrews Church, Cheltenham

Tickets: £7

Book tickets here

"Nick Cope is the indie-surrealist kids' entertainer Robyn Hitchcock and Syd Barrett, foolishly distracted by cult status, never were.” Stewart Lee

“Funny, profound, educational, our children have talked about everything from gravity to grieving thanks to Nick Cope’s songs. Our family’s favourite singer/songwriter” Lucy Porter

Nick has a brand new album out called “Have you heard about Hugh?” featuring songs about Head lice, Hedgehogs, Redundant Robots , Saving the Polar Bears and Honey Bees, Gender stereotyping the list goes on!!!

Nick Cope’s family performances are legendary! He has a fanatical army of little and not-so–little fans from all over the world, if you haven’t heard his songs or seen his shows before come and find out what you’re missing.
With songs about head lice, dogs eating soap and dragons called Keith “Even the shyest of kids will warm to his unpretentious style.” **** (Fest Magazine)

“Nick puts the audience first, and deserves a much, much bigger one. If that audience could be you, go and see him.” **** Broadway Baby

“A brilliant show” ***** (Edinburgh Reporter)

“Even the shyest of kids will warm to his unpretentious style.” **** (Fest Magazine)
“go and see him.” **** (Broadway Baby)

“A delightful show full of charming songs ….this is very much one for all the family” **** (Fest Magazine)

“This really is a show that is full of enjoyment for all ages, and not to be missed. We will definitely go again”
(PRIMARY TIMES)

Nick Cope’s family performances are legendary! He has a fanatical army of little and not-so–little fans from all over the world, if you haven’t heard his songs or seen his shows before come and find out what you’re missing.

With songs about head lice, dogs eating soap and dragons called Keith “Even the shyest of kids will warm to his unpretentious style.” **** (Fest Magazine)

“Nick puts the audience first, and deserves a much, much bigger one. If that audience could be you, go and see him.” **** Broadway Baby

Open hours

Sunday2:30pm