Webster’s return

BRITAIN’S Got Talent nursery rhyme crooner Edward Reid is returning to Arbroath in the autumn, after falling in love with the town after appearing in Puss in Boots last Christmas.

He appeared on stage with well-known faces from T.V.’s Musicality, River City and radio personality Graeme Waggott.

He vowed to return to Arbroath to bring his solo show, which was a hit at the Edinburgh Fringe, to the Angus stage.

The show, Living The Dream One Song At A Time, will be at Arbroath on Saturday, September 29.

Beginning backstage just at the point before singing live on Britain’s Got Talent, this is a retrospective journey through Edward’s life to the successes, filled with funny tales, poignant moments and larger than life characters.

The shy drama teacher became a YouTube sensation after his nursery rhymes audition for ITV’ Britain’s Got Talent.

He became an overnight hit when he sang Old McDonald Had a Farm and Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star to the tune of Snow Patrol’s smash hit Run.