Review: Ockham’s Razor

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I always check the dance, physical theatre and circus section of the Fringe Festival guide first when I get my hands on a copy. Maybe it’s because I’ve always loved the idea of running away to the circus. However my love of aerial yoga gives me an understanding of the […]

Quirky Animals with Ross Collins

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This afternoon we had the pleasure to attend Ross Collins’ event at the Edinburgh International Book Festival. Rainy Day options for kids in Edinburgh is always a tricky one, but what’s better than hearing the rain tap overhead whilst you listen to a good story?! Both of my kids were […]

Review: Fox-tot!

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I really want to like opera. I have tried but I’ve never been blown away by it. Not even by Tosca at the Met in New York. Although I’m never going to love it as much as I love ballet and theatre, I can appreciate it and I don’t want […]

Review: Sunshine

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Take Mr Tumble, some Charlie Chaplin, and mix it with a spot of Pingu – and you’ve just about got ‘Sunshine.’ Even thinking back to this morning, it’s hard not to smile just at the mere memory of the clowning duo of Mr Sea and Mr Sand – who together […]

Review: Beauty and the Beast

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This show follows the familiar tale of Beauty and the Beast, delivered in a gentle way – perfect for younger children. The set is literally constructed out of cardboard boxes and some repurposed crates, the addition of more cardboard props is as technical as it gets – this is Fringe […]