Tick Tock Music Angus and Dundee – Review

I was lucky enough to get the chance to go along to a Tick Tock Music Angus and Dundee class in Carnoustie recently.

Led by Abbey Craig and Barry Smale, the interactive music and drama class for children under 5, brings popular songs and rhymes to life, through puppets and role play. I was absolutely amazed by the class that I attended. Filled with songs, fun and frolics, the children who attended had joyous time (as did I!).

What really stood out for me was just how professional the experience was. It really was like watching a live kids show at the theatre! Each week has a different theme to keep it new and interesting for the children whilst also being a familiar experience with Tick Tock rhymes and songs that are enjoyed weekly.

One of the things I loved the best about the experience was how interactive it was for the children. The kids were absolutely thrilled to get involved in the action – whether they were running around the hall looking for props to help the puppets or singing along, you could see by their beaming faces, just how much they enjoyed being part of something so special. It truly was a magical experience for them all.

The only thing that I was disappointed about, was the fact that my two children are now at school and can’t join in on the weekly fun – they would have loved it!

If you’re looking for a class to take your wee ones along to, get yourself along to one of Tick Tock Music Angus and Dundee classes. I guarantee that both you and your child, will adore the experience.

For further information about Tick Tock Music Angus and Dundee and their classes, visit:

https://www.facebook.com/ticktockangusanddundee/

or

http://www.ticktockmusic.co.uk/find-your-nearest-tick-tock/angus-and-dundee/

 

 

 

 

Tick Tock Music Angus and Dundee

I’m really looking forward to going along to Tick Tock Music Angus and Dundee’s first Carnoustie class on Thursday!

Run by Abbey Craig and Barry Smale, the interactive music and drama class for children under 5, brings popular songs and rhymes to life, through puppets and role play.

I’ll be reviewing the taster session for Culture for Kicks, but if any of you fancy coming along, here are the details:

Tick Tock Taster Session, Carnoustie
Thursday 21st of June at 11.30
Panbride Church Hall
10 Arbroath Road, Carnoustie

Further information and details of the Broughty Ferry class, can be found here:
http://www.ticktockmusic.co.uk/find-your-nearest-tick-tock/angus-and-dundee/
and on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ticktockangusanddundee/

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