Starcatchers celebrates the Creative Revolution Day at the Festival Theatre in March 2015
In 2015, we developed a work in progress called The Shape of Things to a group of parents and babies in Edinburgh. We secured funding from Creative Scotland to tour the new re-developed piece for 6 months – 2 year olds in Autumn 2016.
We deliver a series of ground-breaking Creative Skills training courses for Early Years workers and students in a number of local authorities across Scotland
A quirky quartet of playful musicians create an enchanting classical music experience for 0 – 24 month olds and their grown ups.
The Starcatchers story starts in 2006 with the pilot project, which had the aims of exploring theatre for very young children in Scotland and also acted as a creative intervention between North Edinburgh Arts Centre and childcare settings in the community.
In Spring 2016 we offered 8 Toddle Tour sessions between the National Gallery of Scotland and the Scottish Gallery of Modern Art (MOD1) which included creative play activities designed for children aged 2-5 to enjoy with their adult.
On Wednesday 18 November 2015 we helped The Scottish Government and Aileen Campbell MSP launch a new book by Tim Archbold called ‘Play This Way’, along with the help of children from Royal Mile Primary School.
Starcatchers and the Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) in Edinburgh were awarded funding through the Edinburgh and Lothians Health Foundation for a new project called Expecting Something in 2013/14.
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.
Blue Block Studio was an exciting, innovative programme of creative play and storytelling for babies and young children aged 0-4 and their grown-ups which visited 10 communities across Scotland as part of the Culture 2014 programme celebrating the Commonwealth Games.