A lively and exciting one-man musical show for children will light up two rural Cheshire venues this weekend.

David Gibb’s Letters Through Your Door is a performance full of toe-tapping tunes suitable for children aged 4-11 and their families.

Gibb will first perform at Bickerton Village Hall on Saturday, December 5 at 2.30pm followed by the Lion Salt Works in Northwich on Sunday, December 6, also at 2.30pm.

Tickets for the Bickerton show can be booked by calling 01829 782 348 or emailing bvh.admin@btconnect.com . For the Northwich performance you can either call The Lion Salt Works on 01606 275040 or book online at www.cheshireruraltouringarts.co.uk . Those who book for the Lion Salt Works show will also receive a 25% off entry to the museum on the day.

Letters Through Your Door is a fun and exciting family show packed full of catchy numbers, featuring original songs as well as drawing on traditional children’s song from across the world.

Music and songs for children

The show is a collection of music and songs just for children. The themes range from the everyday to the surreal, but whether it’s finding a dragon in your bedroom, dreaming about swimming in the sea, or simply waiting for the postman to arrive, there’s something here for everyone.

David Gibb is an award-winning songwriter, storyteller and the tallest man in Derbyshire, on a mission to create great music for children and families.

At just 23 years old he’s already had his music played on BBC Radios 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6, performed at Glastonbury Festival, played more than 400 concerts, been nominated for a BBC Radio 2 award and won the highly commended prize at the Young Storyteller of the Year competition (2011).

The show forms part of Cheshire Rural Touring Arts’ autumn season of rural touring, taking professional arts events to rural communities across the county.

For more details about this show or to see the full Cheshire Rural Touring Arts autumn programme visit www.cheshireruraltouringarts.co.uk or call 01244 972835 for further information.