A show to amuse and engage a young audience.
The problem with staging Macbeth as light children’s fare: it’s not really a comedy, is it?
A brilliant show: funny, touching, and completely satisfying to someone who had no familiarity with the books at all. Oh, and the children loved it, too!
Young fans of light sabers and space adventures will enjoy this show.
Drum Struck is a rare opportunity for the whole family, from the very youngest to the oldest, to get stuck in and have some active fun together.
Having delivered funny stuff for 6-plus’s to laugh at for nearly a decade at the Fringe, Comedy Club 4 Kids is now a well-established, must-see item on most children’s Festival wish-lis
There is no language barrier in this delightful piece of clowning with a political message from San Cesario di Lecce in Southern Italy.
Enter the silver spaceship that is NoFit State’s Big Top for their latest staggering spectacle of exacting anarchy: BIANCO – Turning Savage!
A heavily pregnant Ali McGregor is wowing the kids every weekend in the Famous Spiegeltent.
Titus, performed by Joseph Arkley in one of the more intimate Summerhall venues, is quite simply one of the best performances you are likely to see at this year’s Fringe.