Septemberfest…Saturday 29th September

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Broughton High School are once again hosting their fabulous Septemberfest – featuring lots of fun indoor and outdoor activities and food.

Infact the poster shows heaps of great sounding, family friendly things like a bouncy castle, hula hooping, football, smoothie bike, face painting, magic shows and much more !

From 11am – 4pm, there’s plenty of time to get along and check it out !!

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Portobello Big Beach Busk 2018

Image may contain: textSo, the festival is almost coming to an end…what better way to get out of town and relax by the sea and be reminded of all the homegrown Edinburgh talent we have!….the Portobello Big Beach Busk is back and is happening on Saturday 25th August..

The Big Beach busk is an opportunity for the prom to be filled with buskers of all varieties, and promises to be a colourful and musical affair !

25th August..from noon all along the prom..

 

 

Back by popular demand !…

The world’s stories have gone missing and the Bureau of Untold Stories are looking for some new detectives to help find them….we really enjoyed our visit – read more about it here :

After an incredible response from audiences and critics, and the overwhelming demand for new recruits wanting to join them,The Bureau Of Untold Stories will extend it’s run at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe with an additional performance on Sunday the 26th of August at the Museum Of Childhood.

The Bureau Of Untold Stories sees inspectors Dexter Sharpe and Poppy Hasluck on the hunt for The Eraser, an elusive criminal mastermind guilty of stealing the world’s stories. But with outrageous accents, some unconventional storytelling skills, live sound effects, and YOUR help, The Bureau Of Untold Stories is going to get them back.

WHAT: The Bureau Of Untold Stories

WHEN: 13:00, Sunday, August 26, 2018
WHERE: 
The Museum Of Childhood
COST:
 Free

MORE INFO: www.brymoreproductions.com

See you there to help unravel the mystery !!

Something a little bit different…

For one day only, this Sunday 12th August, you are invited along to the Museum of Childhood for an interactive detective mystery!  The world’s stories have gone missing and the Bureau of Untold Stories are looking for some new detectives to help find them….

The silly sleuthing adventures of The Pink Panther meets the unpredictable hilarity of Whose Line Is It Anyway? in this imagination igniting, detective drama for the whole family. The production plays The Edinburgh Festival Fringe for two performances only as part of it’s current national tour.

These are at 1pm and 3pm on Sunday 12th August  and are FREE – more information here :

See you there to help unravel the mystery !!

 

 

 

Book Festival Opening This Saturday – 11th August

Image result for edinburgh book festival 2018Festival season is in full swing, and yet another one opens this weekend – The Edinburgh International Book Festival – bringing with it a host of fantastic events, free arts and crafts activities, two beautiful bookshops and a gorgeous space to hang out in Charlotte Square…

There are lots of free arts and crafts activities every day in the fabulous Story Box area and the opening weekend has the following brilliant sounding drop-in events :

Sensational Science with Edinburgh International Science FestivalSaturday 11th AugustSensational Science With Edinburgh International Science Festival – Drop into Story Box to experience mind-boggling experiments and dazzling demonstrations from a team of spectacular science communicators. The Edinburgh International Science Festival takes learning beyond the classroom to an exciting new level where anything is possible and everything is fun. Come along to witness explosions and expect plenty of mess from their Street Science team.  11 – 16.30 Story Box

Join the Super Power AgencySaturday 11th and Sunday 12th AugustJoin The Super Power Agency -Hop aboard the Super Power Agency Bus and become a literacy superhero! Special agents show you how to take a book out of your head and onto the page, where it can change the world, with fun bookmaking and storytelling activities. (11 – 16.30 On George Street)

Sunday 12th AugustThe Big Book Of Brilliant Ideas – Join theatre-maker Hazel Darwin-Clements to create a huge book filled with all of your amazing ideas. Big or small, all ideas are welcome! But this is not just a book – it’s whatever you want it to be: a spaceship, a den, or a puppet theatre perhaps. Drop in to transform enormous pages into exciting creations that will become one giant, unique, brilliant book. 1.30 – 16.30 Story Box

Full listings of all the free events for children and young people can be found here ….enjoy!