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Nick Cope - Spring 2022

Saturday 29th Jan 2022 — Saturday 9th Apr 2022, Corn Exchange Auditorium

Full Price £10

  • A cartoon drawing of Nick Cope sat on a orange sofa. Next to him is a pink toy bunny rabbit and sat on the back of the  sofa is a grey mouse. Lying next to Nick on the floor is a tan dog sat in his bed.

Book Tickets

Join Nick Cope, star of CBeebies’ Popcast, for his interactive music sessions with songs about everything from counting to how plants grow.

Nick's Family Music sessions have proved extremely popular so we advise early booking to avoid disappointment.

For children under 18 months please purchase a £1 babes in arms ticket from the Box Office.

Information about your visit

Our spring season of events has gone on sale at full capacity with no social distancing. Should government or industry guidelines change, we will update visitor information and will contact all those who have booked tickets. As a publicly funded organisation, we need to ensure everyone, including those who are disabled or clinically extremely vulnerable, can attend if they wish. If you would like to come to one of our performances but would not be able to attend unless a space was left either side, please contact our Box Office team to discuss your booking.

Face coverings

We understand that not everyone is able to wear a face covering but, if you are, we kindly ask you to please continue wearing one when you are in our buildings for the protection and comfort of our visitors and also our staff members and volunteers who keep our buildings open and running. This includes when you are watching a show or film or visiting an exhibition at The Base.

Duration: 1 hour

Age guide 8 and under

Our spring season of events has gone on sale at full capacity with no social distancing. Should government or industry guidelines change, we will update visitor information and will contact all those who have booked tickets. As a publicly funded organisation, we need to ensure everyone, including those who are disabled or clinically extremely vulnerable, can attend if they wish. If you would like to come to one of our performances but would not be able to attend unless a space was left either side, please contact our Box Office team to discuss your booking.

Face coverings
We understand that not everyone is able to wear a face covering but, if you are, we kindly ask you to please continue wearing one when you are in our buildings for the protection and comfort of our visitors and also our staff members and volunteers who keep our buildings open and running. This includes when you are watching a show or film or visiting an exhibition at The Base.