Review: Chores – Silliness Abound

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Silliness abounds in this fun slapstick comedy that will keep the kids giggling throughout. A stern voiceover opens the show. It’s mum. Uh oh. She’s chastising her two dungaree-clad sons about the state of their bedroom.  They look sheepish for a second or two then stomp around the stage with […]

Review: Penguinpig – a Simple Introduction to Online Safety

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Bampot Theatre have brought the best-selling picture book Penguinpig, by author Stuart Spendlow and illustrator Amy Bradley, to the stage for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Using puppets and a simple yet cleverly designed set it is aimed at three to eight year olds and takes online safety to it’s simplest form. Sophie reads about […]

Review: Paw Patrol Live

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If you’ve never struggled to get ‘Pup pup Boogie’ out of your head or wondered how on earth a mayor with a pet chicken could possibly be an elected official then this review probably isn’t for you. But if you understand those references then you’ll know just how excited (very […]

Welcome, Kate!

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Today, I’m delighted to introduce Kate, the newest member of the Edinburgh with Kids team. She’s already been helping out behind the scenes, such as jumping in as photographer when I reviewed the New Ford Eco Sport and has always been there with encouragement to keep writing. She’ll be helping […]