Alex Hodgson: Tickety Boo
Saturday 27 August 7.30pm 2022Scottish songs, humour, stories and fun for all the family to enjoy.
This must be one of the most genuine selections of heartfelt writing to enjoy this festival.
There is something available for everyone, whilst show casing old new and traditional songs and stories. This extravaganza of a show is both woven and entwined with fun, love and laughter.
Alex Hodgson returns to the Brunton from another successful tour of New Zealand to entertain on his home turf.
Approximate running time: 2 hours 30 minutes
Tickets: £16 (£14)
When & Where
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