Andy & The Odd Socks
What a rollercoaster ride it’s been for Andy and the Odd Socks. It seems like only yesterday that the idea for the band came to Andy Day (CBeebies, Andy’s Wild Adventures, Andy’s Safari Adventures) in a dream, but in the short time since, they’ve played Glastonbury and gone way beyond Andy’s wildest dreams. Which are pretty wild dreams.
It took The Rolling Stones 50 years to get the chance to play Glastonbury. Half a century! But Andy and the Odd Socks were invited to play the UK’s biggest festival by Emily Eavis herself only months after forming, and have now played over 50 festivals. They’ve now scored their own TV series and have just finished a new album which is set to see them soar to even greater heights.
Call it serendipity, call it fate, call it what you will. Like a river flows, surely to the sea, some things are meant to be. Andy and the Odd Socks are not about clichéd rock’n’roll, this is true sock’n’roll – fantastic catchy songs and a true celebration of individuality. Like The Monkees or The Simpsons, the Odd Socks appeal to kids and adults alike. Singalong songs that kids adore, with a dash of Mighty Boosh or Flight of the Conchords oddball humour that parents love. “The great thing about rock’n’roll is that someone like me can be a star” said Elton John. Andy and the band are proof that the great thing about life is that Odd Socks can make the greatest stars.
The Odd Socks believe in finding what makes you unique and celebrating it. “Be yourself, everyone else is taken” said Oscar Wilde. We’re all Odd Socks, in our own way.
They are without doubt, the greatest sock’n’roll band in the world.
“We jam, we write, we rock… we’re the Odd Socks!
Whilst this is an all ages performance, the show has been designed for people aged 3 and over. We recommend you use your own discretion, but it’s recommended that anyone under 3 wears ears defenders/ protection.
Approx show times
12:00 DOORS TO BARS
12:30 DOORS TO SEATS
13:00 ACT 1 START
14:15 CURTAIN DOWN/Meet and Greet
What is your COVID policy?
Our full COVID policy can be found here. We do not ask for proof of vaccine or negative test as a condition of entry. We do however ask that you wear a mask whilst in the Theatre (especially when moving around) and also be mindful of social distancing where possible.
Does a child need a ticket?
In our policy children 18 months or younger classify as babes in arms and will not need a ticket. Children over 18 months old will need a ticket, even if you want to keep them on your lap. Those under the age of 16 (and over 60) qualify for a concession ticket.
Do you have a place for buggies / prams?
We have a buggy park at the back of the auditorium Stalls level. However, there is very limited space so we ask that you please leave your buggy at home, if possible.
Do you have booster seats?
We do have booster seats but they are limited and first come, first serve – please ask a member of staff upon arrival. It’s also perfectly acceptable if you want to keep your child on your knee as long as they’re not obstructing the view for people behind you.
Can I bring my own refreshments?
Our bars will be open and serving drinks and refreshments prior the show and during intervals. You may also bring you own refreshments, however no hot food, glass or alcohol is permitted and we ask that you please tidy up after yourselves and use the bins provided.
For FAQs regarding the Meet & Greet and more, please click here. Please note: meet and greet vouchers are now sold out.Back to Events