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Arts for kids in Scotland - what's on

There’s no shortage of cultural activities to inspire and amuse kids and young people in Scotland, whatever their preference. In addition to the numerous theatrical, musical and dance events held in venues up and down the country throughout the year, many of Scotland’s best-known annual festivals include dedicated programmes for kids (for example, the Edinburgh Festival and Fringe has hundreds of shows just for youngsters, and the Edinburgh International Book Festival features over 150 events for children, teens and older teens). A number of festivals are designed purely for kids. These include Edinburgh’s Imaginate Festival, the UK’s largest performing arts festival for children and young people held each May, and Glasgow’s Inspiration Festival, held every October to inspire kids to develop their creativity and expand their imagination.

activity highlights

31st March 2015, Skye:

The Puppet Animation Festival comes to Skye.

1st & 2nd April April 2015, Inverness:

Building on the success of BabyO and SensoryO, their much-loved productions for babies and toddlers, Scottish Opera’s new show for 3-4 year olds and their carers is fast paced and full of fun.

3rd April 2015, Glenrothes:

Semi famous puppeteer Frank Stein has had enough with his badly made puppets.

3rd & 4th April 2015, Pitlochry:

Award-nominated Immersion Theatre and the critically-acclaimed Cambridge Touring Theatre join forces to present a spectacular musical adaptation of the classic tale, The Wind in the Willows.

5th April 2015, East Kilbride:

Amazing, fun, incredible, hilarious….

5th April 2015, Glenrothes:

An entertaining show designed for 3 to 7 year-olds.

4th & 5th April 2015, Edinburgh:

When there’s trouble under the sea, the Octonauts dive into action.

7th April 2015, Cumbernauld:

Owl, Badger, Squirrel, Pine Marten and friends all live in the woods.

8th April 2015, Glenrothes:

Did you ever lose a shoe that tumbled into a bird that flew over the sea to an island new where creatures strange and mysterious grew from a wondrous, magical Shoe Kangaroo.

8th April 2015, Skye:

Semi famous puppeteer Frank Stein is busy rehearsing his new show “George the Dragon Slayer” when he’s had enough with his badly made puppets.


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