Linlithgow will benefit from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival as one of the shows is travelling to the Royal Burgh for two performances.
Popular children’s singer songwriter Nick Cope is performing at the Gilded Ballon in Edinburgh throughout the Fringe
Buthe was asked to come to Linlithgow for a one-off show and he was more than happy to oblige.
The event was proving so popular amongst locals that a second date has now been added.
With over 20 years experience in the music business, including international success as lead singer and songwriter with the Candyskins in the 90s, Nick’s shows have attracted an army of little fans.
Over the last eight years his army of fans have rose in numbers as he brings his own brand of acoustic folk-rock to the world of children’s music.
He creates interactive concerts for schools, theatres and festivals and his shows are certainly fun for all the family.
The music is aimed at eight-year-olds and under, however the music he creates brings “joy and laughter” to all who listen.
Nick and his catchy songs will be performed in St Peter’s Church on August 20 from 2pm to 3pm and 4pm to 5pm.
Tickets, costing £4, are available at Far From The Madding Crowd.
Pamela Barnes, who helped organise the event, said: “We are a family of Cope fans. We have the CDs and love his music.
“I can promise the show will be fun for everyone no matter your age.”
Some of the money from ticket sales will be going to help fund the planned extension at St Peter’s Church.
Visit www.goldengiving.com/charity/st-peters if you want to make a donation towards the fund.