City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh international Children's Festival


A Feast of Bones, EICF, Traverse, Review

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Subversion is the name of the game in this banquet of lip smacking dark delights from Ireland’s Theatre Lovett.

Edinburgh International Children’s Festival 2018 programme unveiled

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Today at the National Museum of Scotland (NMS), the 29th Edinburgh International Children’s Festival (EICF) launched its exciting 2018 programme to the public, and it’s one that holds the promise of

Edinburgh International Children’s Festival includes new show from Catherine Wheels and National Theatre of Scotland

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A co-production from award winning Lothian based children’s theatre company Catherine Wheels and the National Theatre of Scotland, that begins a tour of Scotland early May, will form part of this year

Nosferatu, Traverse, Edinburgh International Children's Festival, Review

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Nosferatu is a darkly atmospheric piece of fun brought to this year’s Edinburgh International Children’s Festival by French company Bob Theatre.

Little Red, Traverse, Edinburgh International Children’s Festival, Review

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Who’s the creature that features most as the baddie in fairy tale? The big, bad wolf of course.

Girl Asleep, Filmhouse, Edinburgh International Children’s Festival, Review

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In a move away from live theatre, this year’s Edinburgh International Children’s Festival (EICF) brings a screening of the 2015 debut feature film from Adelaide’s Windmill Theatre’s Artistic Director,

Bounce, Edinburgh International Children's Festival, Traverse Theatre, Review

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Bounce, from French company Acrosm, is a playful blend of music, dance and song aimed at young people aged 7-13years.

MamaBabaMe, Southside Community Centre, Edinburgh International Children’s Festival, Review

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The intense bond between mother and child, that in early days can be so close that identities blur, is at the core of the eponymous MamaBabaMe that’s part of this year’s Edinburgh Internation

Night Light, Assembly Roxy, Edinburgh International Children’s Festival, Review

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‘It’s time to say goodnight and it’s time to close your eyes. Let’s put out the light till the dawn breaks through the skies’.

Falling Dreams, Edinburgh International Children's Festival, Traverse Theatre, Review

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Het Filiaal theatermakers from Utrecht present Falling Dreams, a performance that mixes narrative with music and exciting visual effects to open up a whole new world of creative, multi-facete