Children's Shows

Children's shows

Bang Bang Circus Review

The sound of trumpets that you’d hear in a cartoon and fabulous filmic music, along with a convincing Charlie Chaplin as compere, got this show in the gloriously glamorous Spiegeltent off to great start. They say give a dog a good or bad name and it sticks, but the theory did not work here as the momentum quickly got lost.  

The Little Prince Review

Making one’s way to Studio 2a at C Soco was like being in a scene from Flann O’ Brien’s book, The Third Policeman, where said officer had a private station in the walls of a building to save on the rates. You have to climb forgotten stairs, pass by walls saddened with the want of repair, creep along created corridors till you reach the almost secret performance space high in the building.

White Review

A very special place has been created at the Scottish Book Trust to host the latest production by award-winning Catherine Wheels theatre company, its first show aimed at children aged of 2 to 4 yea

Jumping Mouse Review

The key to a great kids show is simply to create a great production that works on all levels and appeals to everyone regardless of the age bracket it's aimed at. Touring company Unpacked have achieved this admirably with Jumping Mouse, an energetic and fun-filled, hour-long show that's inspiring, entertaining and will capture the imagination of adults and small brats alike.