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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

17th April 2014, Aberdeen:

The Frog & The Princess is an entertaining and poignant re-telling of the traditional Frog Prince tale by the Brother’s Grimm.

26th April 2014, Perth:

Bongos and Brass is an action-packed interactive concert brought to you by family favourites Children’s Classic Concerts.

24th - 27th April 2014, Edinburgh:

Scooby-Doo and the gang are back by popular demand with even more spooky mystery and fun - this time in the Pyramids.

2nd May 2014, Fife:

How many penguins are too many penguins? Mr Polaro thinks that one is more than enough, thank you very much.

4th May 2014, Kirkcaldy:
How many penguins are too many penguins? Mr Polaro thinks that one is more than enough, thank you very much.

4th May 2014, Glasgow:

A unique playroom performance, Fleur Darkin’s Innocence invites 0-7 year olds (and their adults), to explore William Blake’s imagination.

13th May 2014, Glasgow:

In Grandad and Me, we meet a little girl who’s Grandad has gone, even though his favourite job was being her Grandad.

13th May 2014, Fife:

A highly imaginative fusion of animation, puppetry, projections and music.

13th - 17th May 2014, Aberdeen:

We all want to meet people from history but, the trouble is, everyone’s dead.

18th May 2014, Kirkcaldy:

Saltbush is an interactive journey through the culture and landscape of Aboriginal Australia, celebrated through live dance, music, song and stories.

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