Children's Shows

Children's shows

Failing to fall asleep is young Tommy, tormented by nightmares not of monsters but of the death of his mother, an event that has shocked the household into silence.

Young Alfie White (Jordan Turner) lives with his Gran (Lucy Tuck) because his Dad (and Mum) have disappeared. Alfie has convinced himself that his Dad is not around because he is training to be an astronaut.

The ancient tales of the Arabian Nights are brought to vibrant comic life by the brilliant trio that is Story Pocket Theatre.

Hear the classical stars of tomorrow in the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Pianos @1 series before which lunch is available in the upstairs bar (from 12noon) before this hour of classical m

This year’s King’s Theatre Edinburgh panto will again be producing a relaxed performance and today a campaign to fund it was launched by Radio Forth’s charity Cash for Kids.

Chalk About dances gently through some complex themes, exploring emotions and identity with a childlike simplicity that connects with all ages.

A fine balance of flair and farce makes Pants Down Circus: Rock, an hour of frolicking fun for all the family.

The Worm is an endearing eco drama for 3-7 year-olds that offers some friendly fun while being gently informative.

In many ways, Jamie Adkins' solo act in Circus Incognitus could have been plucked from the screen of an early black-and-white silent movie.

Shona Reppe and Andy Manley have a reputation for creating theatrical magic for kids, and with Huff have managed to pull yet another surprise out of their seemingly bottomless creative hat.