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The Edinburgh Festival really is for all ages, with both the Edinburgh Fringe and the Edinburgh International Book Festival offering loads of great shows and events for all the family. From the Fringe’s kids programme you can choose from theatre, comedy, dance, magic, storytelling and so much more. We cover it all here.
Natasha Gilmore: Alternative perspectives
Natasha Gilmore: Alternative perspectives

28 July 2014

There are plenty of children’s shows at the Fringe which are actually as entertaining for grown ups, but what if the kid’s show...

3 To See ED2014: Theatre for Older Children
3 To See ED2014: Theatre for Older Children

25 July 2014

Now we're not necessarily talking about older-older children here. These shows are more theatrical productions (as opposed to clowny toddler events) for children...

Dan Clarkson: Another Potted Fringe show is elementary
Dan Clarkson: Another Potted Fringe show is elementary

22 July 2014

Beginning as a piece of street theatre in 2005, 'Potted Potter', condensing all seven of the Harry Potter books into just seventy minutes,...

3 To See ED2014: Shows for music loving kids
3 To See ED2014: Shows for music loving kids

14 July 2014

ThreeWeeks Co-Editor Caro Moses begins her highly anticipated (surely!) series of 3 To See tips for Festival 2014 with some music-tastic shows for...

 
Look out for reviews of the children’s programme at Festival 2014 here from early August.

  • Izzard to lead multinational comedy gala
  • 3 To See ED2014: Storytelling theatre shows
  • Natasha Gilmore: Alternative perspectives
  • Chris Turner: Standing up, not digging down
  • 3 To See ED2014: ThreeWeeks approved comedy
  • Guy Retallack: A musical retelling of the ‘thrill killers’ crime
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