Mr MacNeep Has Lost His Sheep – Scottish Opera

Brennan Artists’ Chris Alexander features in Mr MacNeep Has Lost His Sheep with Scottish Opera a Christmas Show aimed at 3 – 7 year olds. More information on performance dates and tickets available, here.

‘Poor Farmer MacNeep…it’s the snowiest, sleetiest, windiest night of the year and two of his favourite sheep are missing. Maybe they’re trapped in the snow – oh no! But these aren’t just any silly old sheep. This clever pair have built themselves a lovely, cosy cave in the snow and are waiting out the wild winter weather, snug in their warm, woolly jumpers.

Farmer MacNeep is nearly ready to start the search with his clever side kick, Flossie the sheep dog, and a host of other farmyard friends – but we need your help too… So don’t be sheepish – book your tickets now!’


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