The Attic was created by Hazel Darwin-Edwards during the Inspire Project at the Byre Theatre, Saint Andrews. It first toured in 2011 and 2012.
MamaBabaMe is a new exciting dance co-production with Curious Seed, for children and toddlers aged 18 months – 3 years and their adults which toured Scotland in Spring 2017.
MamaBabaMe is a beautiful dance, physical theatre and live music experience created especially for babies and young children aged 0-3 and their grown-ups. Now playing two weeks only at the Pleasance @ EICC (Tinto) for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018.
This co-production has been in development since 2014 and brings together Scottish puppet & theatre maker Ailie Cohen and Marc Mac Lochlainn of Branar Téatar do Pháistí (Galway).
The Shape of Things is designed for 6 months-2year olds and their grown-ups and tours Ireland and Scotland Autumn/Winter 2016.
Created by Hazel Darwin-Edwards and Abigail Sinar in association with the RSNO.
A quirky quartet of playful musicians create an enchanting classical music experience for 0 – 18 month olds and their grown ups. Discover two violins, one cello and one very mischievous raccoon.
Blue Block Studio is an exciting, innovative, creative play space for babies under 24 months and their grown-ups. It offers the opportunity for adult and baby to interact in a friendly, inspiring and beautiful environment.
“Safe, stimulating and welcoming space for my baby. So respectful of their abilities and desires” Audience feedback
A beautiful and intricate show bringing everyday objects to life for those aged 2 and over by Andy Manley & amp; Ania Michealis.
Let’s say…something begins, a movement, Maybe a touch, Time passes, Together, Sleep, eat, breathe, Love
Sometimes a quarrel, Enough kisses, From time to time cake, Life, A small story.
Yellow Valley is a loveable, contemporary, musical-storytelling performance, created especially for children aged 2 to 4 years old, inspired by Kenyan children’s book Who’s Calling by Charity Waciuma. Join us as we recreate this quirky story with live African music, electronic vocal effects and energetic performances to tell the tale of a feisty little girl and her animal friends who strike up a disagreement with another, cheekier, little girl (and all her animal friends) across the valley. Adapted and Directed by Xana Marwick
Welcome to the world’s noisiest kitchen, where everything is not as it seems. Two cooks are preparing a special dish… it’s very loud and very messy and very… musical?
An inventive, playful and sensory experience for 2-5 year olds, where pots and pans cook up melodies and food becomes fun.
By Jen Edgar – part of the Playground Project
Yarla lives in the woods. It is Winter time, and so he is listening.
He can hear the wind in the trees, the birds in the sky, and the cracks and crunches of the woodland floor. But Yarla is only listening to the sounds of the sticks… and they are calling to him.