THE Singing Kettle are making some noise next month in Kelso – and TheSouthern is offering readers two sets of family tickets to win, plus a DVD and funpack each.
Scotland’s favourite kids entertainers return to Kelso’s Tait Hall on Saturday, June 16, for their Shake, Rattle and Roll show.
A Singing Kettle spokesperson said: “We are here to help Rosie the Gardener who needs help getting all her plants ready in time for the village flower show.
“Based in a musical garden full of funky looking plants and lots of surprises, Cilla, Artie, Gary and Kevin bring the sounds of the garden to life as they plant some magic seeds and watch them grow.
“Jock and Jeremy the Singing Chefs make soup for the cooking competition and Bonzo the Dog will be up to mischief in the garden.
“With loads of audience participation and favourite songs like Ants Went Marching, Homemade Band, Bear in the Woods and the brand new Rattle ’n’ Shake, it’s rip-roaring fun for both kids and adults alike.”
Tickets are priced at £11 each, £40 for a family or £8.50 each if in a group of 10 or more.
There will be two performances – at noon and 3pm. To buy briefs, visit www.borderevents.com or Brown’s Newsagents in Kelso (phone 01573 224269).
To win a family ticket, answer this question:
Name one of the songs to feature in The Singing Kettle’s Shake, Rattle and Roll show?
Send your answer, name, phone number and full address by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or post to: Singing Kettle Competition, The Southern Reporter, The Hermitage, High Street, Selkirk, TD7 4DA, by Thursday, May 31. Usual Southern rules apply.