Children's Shows

Children's shows

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.

As fantastic as the Fringe Festival is, there’s no denying that everyone involved has days of utter exhaustion when they’d quite happily click their fingers and make the madness disappe

Spotlites at the Fringe specialises in interactive children’s shows for a variety of age groups.

Bad Physics is a company committed to making theatre that puts the audience right at the heart of the drama.

Lie down and submit to a unique 15 minutes in this amazing space of changing colours and sounds.

Sheer magic and the power of love. These are the main ingredients in this gorgeous re-imagining of the classic tale of Cinderella from this southern Italian theatre company and its colleagues.

When poring over the hundreds of short adverts introducing the entertainment available at the Edinburgh Fringe, a Roald Dahl stage adaptation is always on offer among the list of shows for children

A fanfare of trumpets is surely the only way to start a show about a farting Princess!

It wasn’t until my late teens that I finally got around to reading Kenneth Grahame’s classic children’s tale of Toad and friends, but I still enjoyed it immensely and have indeed

Horrible Histories has been phenomenally successful, with an award-winning BBC TV show, over 60 books that have sold more than 25 million copies and, since 2010, a hit stage show.