Time for a brew up as Singing Kettle entertain

Singing Kettle 2011 - 'Funny Farm' studio shootPicture by John Young � YoungMedia 2010
Singing Kettle 2011 - 'Funny Farm' studio shootPicture by John Young � YoungMedia 2010

IT’S that time of year again when the family favourite, The Singing Kettle, returns to Glasgow for a real slice of children’s holiday entertainment that will get them up on their seats screaming for more.

The Herald has once again teamed up with the organisers to offer one lucky group a family ticket that admits four - one adult and three children or two adults and two children - to the show at 3pm on Sunday, August 14 in Glasgow’s City Hall.

As well as the tickets we are also giving away a DVD of the show and a funpack full of goodies to the lucky winner.

Your little darlings will be singing ‘till the cows come home’ with the Kettle’s Funny Farm show.

Kids will be able to dress as their favourite farmyard animal and meet Farmer Snooze in what has become Scotland’s number one family show in the production’s brand new Funny Farm adventures.

Cilla, Artie, Gary and Kevin serve up a bumper crop of top-notch singalong songs.

Audiences will also meet the brand new all-action Little Red Tractor and Yummy Vegetables along with favourites like There Was An Old Woman and sing along with Five Fat Sausages and Down on the Funny Farm.

Sally the Sheep, Lightning the Horse and Flora the Cow are some of the wackiest collection of farmyard friends around.

Getting involved on stage is also part of the fun, with the hilarious Sheep Dip Derby and what will happen when Bonzo the Dog meets up with Claudine the farmyard cat.

More information is available from www.singingkettle.com

For your chance to win a family ticket all you have to do is answer the following question and send your completed entry to The Singing Kettle Competition, Milngavie and Bearsden Herald, 27 Stewart Street, Milngavie, G62 6BW, to arrive no later than Tuesday, July 26 at 5pm.

Where will the Singing Kettle be performing on August 14?