Nick Cope
  • Saturday 22 March 2025, 4:00pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £18.50
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Part of Manchester Folk Festival 2025.

Nick Cope has been writing and recording his beautiful and totally unique songs for children and their families for over 10 years, he performs with his guitar and stunning animations to sell-out crowds all over the country.

His fanatical following of little and not so little fans has grown immeasurably over the last couple of years due to the phenomenal success of the CBeebies show ‘Nick Cope’s Popcast’, now in its third series. Nick has a magical way of reaching into people’s hearts, igniting children’s imagination in an organic, unpatronizing, educational and fun way. With his charming songs and humour Nick engages, entertains, and enthrals all generations of the family. Nick’s live performances are legendary and appeal to children and adults alike. If you haven’t heard his songs or seen his shows before, come along and find out what you’ve been missing.

‘..the Poptimistic Pied Piper, of discerningly musical toddlers..’
The Guardian (family theatre recommendations for 2024)

‘… In the pantheon of British songwriters he’s become the Ray Davies for the pre-teen generation…If you’re going to trust your child’s musical education to anyone, make it Nick Cope.’
Steve Lamacq BBC Radio 6 Music

‘Nick Cope is the indie-surrealist kids’ entertainer Robyn Hitchcock and Syd Barrett, foolishly distracted by cult status, never were.’
Stewart Lee

‘Charming musical fun for children and parents alike from a musician with real song writing pedigree.’
★★★★★ Radio Times

‘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

 

An illustration of musician Nick Cope on a sofa with a dog, a pink toy rabbit and a mouse

 

ABOUT MANCHESTER FOLK FESTIVAL

Manchester Folk Festival is an urban multi-venue festival based in Manchester’s Northern Quarter. The festival brings together a diverse range of artists who represent the broad definition of contemporary folk music.

Find out more about the festival here.

Text reads: Manchester Folk Festival 20-22 March 2025. The Northern Quarter.

Nick Cope
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £18.50

Part of Manchester Folk Festival 2025.

Nick Cope has been writing and recording his beautiful and totally unique songs for children and their families for over 10 years, he performs with his guitar and stunning animations to sell-out crowds all over the country.

His fanatical following of little and not so little fans has grown immeasurably over the last couple of years due to the phenomenal success of the CBeebies show ‘Nick Cope’s Popcast’, now in its third series. Nick has a magical way of reaching into people’s hearts, igniting children’s imagination in an organic, unpatronizing, educational and fun way. With his charming songs and humour Nick engages, entertains, and enthrals all generations of the family. Nick’s live performances are legendary and appeal to children and adults alike. If you haven’t heard his songs or seen his shows before, come along and find out what you’ve been missing.

‘..the Poptimistic Pied Piper, of discerningly musical toddlers..’
The Guardian (family theatre recommendations for 2024)

‘… In the pantheon of British songwriters he’s become the Ray Davies for the pre-teen generation…If you’re going to trust your child’s musical education to anyone, make it Nick Cope.’
Steve Lamacq BBC Radio 6 Music

‘Nick Cope is the indie-surrealist kids’ entertainer Robyn Hitchcock and Syd Barrett, foolishly distracted by cult status, never were.’
Stewart Lee

‘Charming musical fun for children and parents alike from a musician with real song writing pedigree.’
★★★★★ Radio Times

‘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

 

An illustration of musician Nick Cope on a sofa with a dog, a pink toy rabbit and a mouse

 

ABOUT MANCHESTER FOLK FESTIVAL

Manchester Folk Festival is an urban multi-venue festival based in Manchester’s Northern Quarter. The festival brings together a diverse range of artists who represent the broad definition of contemporary folk music.

Find out more about the festival here.

Text reads: Manchester Folk Festival 20-22 March 2025. The Northern Quarter.

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