City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh international Children's Festival


Small Wonders, Edinburgh International Children's Festival, Review

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Ring the bell at Number 17, and Nanny Lacey opens the door to her world of “scrapgic”, where ordinary things become the stuff of wonders.

Edinburgh International Children's Festival Launches 30th Anniversary Programme

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Today marks the programme launch for the 30th edition of the Edinburgh International Children's Festival, produced by Imaginate, Scotland's national organisation promoting the development and

Imaginate Launches New Programme for 30th Anniversary

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Imaginate, a year-round organisation supporting and developing theatre for young audiences, has announced a new programme in honour of its 30th anniversary year

Imaginate receives Creative Europe funding before Brexit

Imaginate, the national organisation in Scotland that promotes theatre and dance for children and young people and produces Edinburgh International Children’s Festival, has once again been awarded Cre

Baba Yaga, EICF, Traverse, Review

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‘Rules? Schmules!’ So says the resident of floor 101 of Poultry Park Apartments where she heedlessly breaks the great list of ‘No’s’ that greet those who enter its portals.

The Road That Wasn't There, EICF, Lyra, Review

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Trick of The Light and Zanetti Productions brings a haunting tale for children aged 8-13years, all the way from New Zealand.

Eddie & The Slumber Sisters, EICF, Southside Comunity Centre, Review

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Eddie & The Slumber Sisters is another cracking production from Scotland’s superlative producer of children’s theatre, Catherine Wheels.

2018 Edinburgh International Children’s Festival Set to Break Ticket Sales Record

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The 29th Edinburgh International Children’s Festival is set to break its sales record this year across all its audiences including families, schools and industry professionals with 87% of the festival

We Come From Far, Far, Away, EICF, Lauriston Hall, Review

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Theatre Company NIE (New International Encounter) has, for sixteen years, co-created performances with venues and theatre companies across Europe.

OGO, EICF, Institut franҫais d’Ecosse, Review

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The new location of l’Institut franҫais d’Ecosse on George IV Bridge is the ideal spot for Ogo, the production created for wee souls (petits âmes) from the Canadian company of that very name,