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The Fablesmiths

 

August 2-17 (not 11), 11.40am

Greenside @ Infirmary Street, 6 Infirmary Street, EH1 1LT

In a story of damsels, dragons and danger, the legendary Fablesmiths take you on a spectacular journey into a mystical universe of forgotten fairy tales. Look forward to seeing puppets, masks, music and a lot of shenanigans! Suitable for 2-7 years.

Booking details at www.edfringe.com

Read the review for the Primary Times' Children's Choice Award

 

Fantastic Flatulence and Where to Find It

 

August 1-25, 3.15pm

Laughing Horse @ The Free Sisters, 139 Cowgate, EH1 1JS

Award-winning Scottish author Stuart Reid launches his eighth book at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2019 with an exploration of eggy explosions, big bottom burps and his fear of farts. Free, non-ticketed. 5+.

Booking details at www.edfringe.com

 

Feast of Fools

 

1-18 August (not 7, 13, 14) - 1.30pm

Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, EH1 1SR

Join storyteller Daniel Serridge at his interactive dinner table of foolishness as he regales you with tales of disgusting banquets, salubrious suppers and measly meals. Prepare to get wined, dined and unrefined. Suitable for 4+.

Booking details at www.edfringe.com

Read the review for Primary Times' Children's Choice Awards

 

First Piano on the Moon

 

31 July - 18 August (not 12), 11.30am

Summerhall, Anatomy Lecture Theatre, 1 Summerhall EH9 1PL

Adapting Mozart, Chopin and Scott Joplin for outer space requires a specially equipped pianist. Will has been in training. From creator of Anatomy of the Piano. For 5+.

Booking details at www.edfringe.com

Read the review for Primary Times' Children's Choice Awards

 

The First King of England in a Dress

 

August 12-24 (not 18) - Times vary

theSpace Triplex, The Prince Phillip Building, 19 Hill Place, EH8 9DP

The First King of England in a Dress introduces families to England’s Viking origins–with storytelling, songs, and plenty of joining in! Fringe audiences will be among the first to experience this fun legend of kidnapping and cross-dressing, adapted by a storyteller from the world-famous Oxford Reading Tree. It will especially enthral adventurous story and/or history lovers aged 7-11! Tickets £7-£12.

Booking details at www.edfringe.com

Read the review for the Primary Times' Children's Choice Award

 

Funbox: How to Be a Superhero

 

August 5 - 7, 1.30pm

Gilded Balloon Teviot, Teviot Row House, 13 Bristo Square, EH8 9AJ

Join Gary, Kevin and Anya (formerly of The Singing Kettle) for singalong silliness. Pull on your spandex and capes to become the ultimate superhero! Pants over trousers encouraged but not mandatory. For ages 1-11. Tickets £11/£12.

Booking details at edfringe.com

 

 

 

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