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Children and parents play together to raise cash for disability sport in Edinburgh

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Children as young as five and their parents took to the court in a touchtennis fundraiser to raise £250 for Advantage, an Edinburgh based project which uses tennis as a catalyst to support those...

Surprises in the pipeline for children’s hospital this December

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A PIPE band which is dedicating its time to entertaining kids in hospital at Christmas has officially launched a living advent calendar at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children (RHSC). Haddington Pipe Band has been...

Celebrate Penguin Day

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Wondering what to do with those children in between Christmas and New Year?We have an answer for you here. Dynamic Earth is running Penguin Days between 27-30 December to give you the chance to...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 REVIEW – Tiger In Blossom ***

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Model Theatre from Korea.The C too venue is to dream for, beautifully located just off the top of the High Street tucked over lower Victoria Street. (Signs from the terrace would be most beneficial...

What’s on in Edinburgh this week – for children

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Library Garden Club: fun and creative activities related to gardening! For ages 8-14. 3.30pm, Monday 9th May and every Monday, North Edinburgh Arts, Pennywell Court, Muirhouse. Tiny Tales: Creature Feature - join Daniel Allison for stories...

What’s On for Children This Week?

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Artie's Tartan Tales: The Singing Kettle’s creator and former star, Artie Trezise, is back with his exciting new production for the May Day Holiday! Traditional stories and songs with a Scottish accent, from The Three Little...

What’s on in Edinburgh this week – Twelve Top Children’s Events

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Picturehouses Toddler Time: exclusive short screenings for pre-school children and their parents and carers. Today: Q Pootle 5 Programme 10 (U): join the stars of the hit CBeebies show as Q Pootle 5, Oopsy, Eddi, Stella, Ray, Groobie,...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2015 REVIEW Katie and the Mona Lisa Musical ****

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Planet Theatre Productions`charming adaptation of James Mayhew`s award-winning eponymous illustrated younger readers`book is a sixty minute musical menagerie of Renaissance stealth Art appreciation and Panto audience banter. Adapted and directed by Adrian Brown with...

Visit the Greenman for some Christmas magic!

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There are rather a lot of trees about just now - and there will be even more lying forlornly by the roadside in a few weeks' time. If you're a little fed up with...

Edinburgh’s Christmas – Stained Glass Window Project

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Edinburgh’s Christmas is in full swing, and you can happily spend a day on skates, swings and helter-skelters, partaking of pancakes, pies and pretzels and enjoying everything else the markets have to offer. If, however, you...

What’s On in Edinburgh this week

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Well we all know what's on in Scotland this week....but there's plenty available to take your mind off it.... MONDAY 15TH SEPTEMBER 2014All Quiet On The Western Front (1930): a film saga of German boys...

Monday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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All Quiet On The Western Front (1930): a film saga of German boys avidly signing up for World War I and then learning the truth of war. 6.30-8.30pm, St Brides Community Centre, Orwell Terrace. Free:...

Children’s charity urges more action

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NSPCC Scotland has said that an increase in reports of sexual abuse against younger children last year demonstrates a clear need for children to be empowered to protect themselves at the earliest possible stage.Last...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe REVIEW – One Giant Leap ****

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Family friendly theatre is not always easy to find in a festival saturated with comedy, but if that’s what you want this August look no further than One Giant Leap, a theatrical storytelling event...

artroom32 has moved

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artroom32 is on the move! artroom32, an inspiring and creative arts & crafts studio has moved premises…and now artroom32 will be based at 44 Ferry Road in Leith. artroom32 runs arts and crafts classes for children and...

Foster carers wanted

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The second wave of the campaign to increase the number of carers from black and minority ethnic backgrounds in Edinburgh has been launched.After last year's successful campaign – the number of people enquiring about fostering opportunities doubled -...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe – Puppet State Theatre bark up the right ‘Trees’

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[soundcloud url="http://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/55913457" params="auto_play=false&show_artwork=true&color=8434b2" width="100%" height="166" iframe="true" /]Edinburgh Reporter Radio came face-to-face with a puppet pooch when it visited the Scottish Storytelling Centre to hear about 'The Man Who Planted Trees'.The irreverent Dog – who...

Hot Tickets for Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2012

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by Julie DawsonHot off the press, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2012 programme is bigger and better than ever. Among its (nearly) 400 pages there is bound to be a show to suit every taste,...

International campaign against domestic violence

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Violence against women and children in the capital is being highlighted by an international awareness campaign which starts later this week. The International 16 Days of Action Opposing Violence Against Women campaign begins on Friday...

Fringe show goes to the Sydney Opera House

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Edinburgh-based Nonsense Room Productions will be taking their children’s show ‘Hairy Maclary and Friends’ to the Sydney Opera House for five weeks, from 15 December 2011 – 15 January 2012. Bruce Strachan, Artistic Director of...

Edinburgh Reporter chats – Nicola Morgan

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The Reporter met up with Edinburgh author, Nicola Morgan at the home of writing and writers, The Elephant House for an early coffee. But Morgan was planning to go back home to have a...

Building sites are dangerous

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Building sites are not adventure playgrounds...That is the Health and Safety Executive's (HSE) message to parents and children as school holidays get well underway in Britain.HSE is encouraging parents to warn their...

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