Produced By: Nick Cope

Nick Cope

Fantastic for Families
07 Apr 2020
07 Apr, 11:00

Tickets no longer available.

This show has been postponed until an as-yet-unknown future date. If you require further information please contact our Box Office directly. All current ticket holders will be contacted directly.

With Songs about Head lice, Hedgehogs, Redundant Robots, Saving the Polar Bears and Honey Bees, Gender stereotyping and dragons called Keith, Nick Cope performs his very special live music concert for families 

Nick Cope is a professional singer and songwriter, and has over 20 years of experience in music, including international success as lead singer and songwriter with The Candyskins in the 1990s.

For the last 9 years Nick has been writing, performing and recording music for children and their  families and has established a fanatical army of little people and their parents  from all over the world. His six CD’s of original songs have become a must have for thousands and thousands of young families all over the world. Nick performs all over the UK at theatres and art centres and at many of the established art, music and literary festivals including the Edinburgh fringe and Book festival.


*Nick Cope coming to CBeebies Spring 2020*
Nick will be appearing in his own series for the BBC’s CBeebies channel, a magical, mixed media, musical adventure called Nick Cope’s Popcast. Nick will be joined by Norman his whippet, and his gorgeous Grandson and they will be will be popping on to your screens in the spring. 


‘Out of all the singers that do children’s songs, he’s the best-est’ (Megan, age 4)

‘Performing to children is very much the same as performing to adults, only the people jumping around and screaming at the front are a little bit smaller’ (Nick Cope, age 48)

“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

“A brilliant show.” ★★★★★ Edinburgh Reporter

“Even the shyest of kids will warm to his unpretentious style.” ★★★★ Fest Magazine