City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh international Children's Festival


2017 Edinburgh International Children’s Festival Dream Programme Unveiled

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Today, at the National Museum of Scotland, the Festival formerly known as Imaginate launched its exciting and inspiring 2017 programme under its new name, the Edinburgh International Children’s Festiv

EU project pushes boundaries in performing arts for children and young people

In a move to explore topics that are currently underrepresented in theatre and dance for young people, five international partners including Scotland’s Imaginate, that produces Edinburgh’s internation

As the Crow Flies, Traverse Theatre, Review

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As the Crow Flies, created by award-winning artist Greg Sinclair, imaginatively brings together music, performance and 21st Century high-tech know-how, while managing to maintain its promise

Katie's Birthday Party, Imaginate Festival, Festival Studio Theatre, Review

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Belfast-based Young At Art invites youngsters to join in with the fun and games at Katie’s Birthday Party.

The Bookbinder, Imaginate, Traverse Theatre, Review

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As we are ushered in, Ralph McCubbin Howell (the eponymous and anonymous Bookbinder) appears asleep at a desk centre stage. Not for long, however.

Constellations, Imaginate Festival, Traverse Theatre, Review

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With a colour palette as vibrant as their imagination, Madrid-based Aracaladanza present a fresh and original work of art through the medium of contemporary dance.

The Story of the Little Gentleman, National Museum of Scotland, Imaginate Festival Review

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Solving the universal human problem of desperate loneliness lies at the heart of this latest production from renowned Scottish theatre company, Catherine Wheels.

Children’s Festival Imaginate to be Awarded EU Funding

Beating off some fierce competition from over 400 organisations across Europe, renowned Scottish Children’s Festival Imaginate has won highly coveted funding fo

Two New Children’s Shows Commissioned for the 2016 Edinburgh International Science Festival

Two award winning theatre Scottish companies, Catherine Wheels and Borderline, in collaboration with present Edinburgh International Science Festival, announce the debut of two high quality pieces of