Look at the Socks all over the Chorley Guardian.
Published on Wednesday 11 April 2012 10:27
A Beano comic strip creator is bringing a unique ‘sock show’ to Chorley audiences.
Kev Sutherland, 50, from Scotland, is
the man behind the Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre, a company
that quite literally consists of two talking socks.
officially at the Edinburgh Festival in 2007, the socks have gone on to
be a huge success on a national and international scale.
will be making their third return to Chorley Little Theatre on May 12 at
8pm, ready to delight audiences with songs, sketches and historical
Kev, who also teaches comic strip classes to
children across the country, said: “The socks are a comedy act, who make
“This will be the third time they have come to Chorley - they always have fantastic audiences there who come in big numbers.
“They are proving really popular.
“We will be trying some new stuff out on the audience, as well as lots of stuff that has been popular in the past.
“And there is quite a bit of interaction with the audience.
“People should come and seen them because it is the funniest show they will see.”
their latest tour, Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre will be
testing out material for a brand new ‘Socky Horror Show’ that they plan
to take to Edinburgh in August.
They can be supported on Twitter
by following @falsettosocks and their Facebook can be accessed on
www.facebook.com/ScottishFalsettoSocks. To buy tickets ring 01257
Dear oh dear I really must try and say more interesting things in interviews - get the Socks to do the interviews, do it all in concise soundbites. Anything to avoid lines like “...there is quite a bit of interaction with the audience, People should come and seen them because it is the funniest show they will see" appearing again. Still no publicity is... you can see where that's going.
The Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre's Spring Tour: Bath April 7 •
Haven April 12 •
Exeter April 13 •
Bridlington April 14 •
St Andrews April 25 •
Aberdeen April 27 •
Halifax May 3 •
Keighley May 4 •
Stafford May 5 •
Chorley May 12 •
Brighton May 19/20 •
Hereford May 27 •
Harrogate June 28/29 •
Rondo Bath July 9 •
Beverly Puppet Festival July 13 •
Tring July 19 •
Manchester July 20 •
Nottingham + Guildford July 21 •
Derby July 22 •
Bedford July 27 •
Edinburgh Fringe August 1-27. Spread the word.