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AWee Home from Home Fri 8. Sat 9 April. 8pm. £3 (£2). Suitahle for H sear oldsplus and adtilts. .A joint \enulre using dance. theatre and song hetween (‘ommunicado and Frank Mc('onnell. directed h} (ierard Mulgrcw. lt‘s set in (ilasgow and the performers look hack on w hat the cit} meant to them during their childhood. Two workshops hased on the approaches used in choreograpliing the piece w ill he heldon l‘ri S and Sat 9 l -.‘~pni. £2(£l i. (Registration for a workshop entitles } ou to a concession ticket for the show l. No dance e\pel‘leltee necessary . \tllttttile for
H _\ear olds upwards.
I CITY ART CENTRE .Market Street. 225 2424 The Gold oi the Pharaohs t intil 3i i April. .Moii. ‘l’uc. Sat lilam hprii. \Vedfl‘hurs. l-‘ri lilam 9pm. Sun noon hpni. Ll adults. cones h5p. The treasures of the Pharaohs toriih must he some or the oldest artelacts in the cit} at the moment. llighlight.aiid one of the most poignant pieces isthe mask of Psueniics l . the image he hoped to take into eteriiits. In all. a fascinating glimpse intoaiiestraordinaril) sophisticated age. w ith lots to see. do and admire tor children. See also lzdinhurgh ("its lihiariesahose. Film I CANNON l.otliian Road. 22‘T3ll3ll Batteries Not Included i l’( 1) l)atesand times unconfirmed. check with \ enue. A new tilni-lor-the-laiiiils lromSteseri Speilherg. A space creatures-meet-hunians ads enture in the PT. mould. I FILMHOUSE l.otliian Road. 22S2hSS. ('hildren's Saturday matinees. 2pm. All seats £1 hookahle in ads ance. The Three Worlds olGullivertt'itt‘SA. l‘)(i‘))‘)‘)mins. Sat 2 April. The well-known stor} of (iulliscr in the laridol liliput makes good material fora lantas) adseiiture w ith lots of scope for special effects photography The Adventures of Robin Hood ( t ‘5. hits) Sat ‘) April. Hollywood did a classic johon the famous liliglish titedie\ al stor} w ith a swashhuckling Izrrol l‘ls tin and ( )li\ iade llas illand as Maid Marion. Alsoone of the first films to he shot usingthree-colour Technicolour. a process now superseded hut not riecessaril} hettered. I ( ‘let is Street. (\(lﬁ “Ail The Fox andthe Houndit‘itt‘s‘. l‘lS‘l i \‘oices Mickc} Roorie). Kurt Russell. Pearl Bailey 83 mins. Prohahls until first week iii April. hut check with serum. l.45piii. 4pm. h. lilpni. kids L l .5“. adults £2. See (iross etiol' ( ilasgow lot lull description I ROYAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND (‘haiiihers Street Pour lantass and ads enture films. aimed
Portohello'l'ow ii Hall for liilldescriptiori.
at children. htit open to anyone will he I shown over the liaster l lolida_\s. , Admission free. 5 Journey to the Centre orthe Earth ( LS. 1959) . 132 mins Mon 4. 2pm. Based on the hook h_\ Jules Verne in which an Tidinhurgh professor sets otit to trace the earth to its core. A wild ads enture and fun in a fantastic. unlikel} w a}.
The Time Machine ( t 'S. twin) liltlmins.
Tue 5. 2pm. Another lilm-of-the-hook. this time h} H (i Wells. A Victorian scientist hiiilds his ow n kind of 'l‘ardisand gets icttisoned into the sear 80271)] . Captain Nemo and the Underwater City
(Wot). ( iBl liltiniins. Thurs 2. 2pm. A
in} sterious suhmersihle scoops tip sis shipwreck Sun is ors and takes them to ('aptain \erno‘s suhaqua fortress. More Jules Verne faiitas} stuff which is
generth considered to he onl} aseragel} good.
King Solomon‘s Mines in S. 2pm Rider llaggard's epic ads enture stors ahotit the determination of a group of e\plot'ersto find diamonds in Air ica.
Music I GEORGE SQUARE THEATRE ( ieorge
Edinburgh International Folk Festival t‘niil 3 April
The Singing Kettle 'I he lzi ening News (‘hildren's (‘oncert l-‘ri 1.2.,‘stl.4piii and
Sat 2 l laiii-l2..‘~(lpni. 2.3” 4pm. £2. kids
£1 .5“. Soft drinks a\ailahlc. (‘illa l'iisher and Artie Tre/ise w ith their highl} successful touring show of folk songs. rh_\rnes and street songs. originth sungto their daughter .lane. and now recorded and ptihlislied in music hook form.
Creche There w ill he tree creche facilities at the l’estis al ( "luh on the w'eekcndsol
2h 27 March and 2 3 April. 2 5pm.
I PORTOBELLO TOWN HALL EasterEggsploration Tue 5. Ill..‘s(lam. £l (5llp) Tickets troni A ck .l Murra}.
New sageiits. Sa Bath Street. Portohello. For 5 years olds plus and all the famih . A new \cnture from the S(‘() ( in coniunction with l:l)(‘l is this hourol musical eggscitement for [taster with lotsot familiarniusiclrom l)isrte_\timetol)\‘orals - and plenty of opporttltiit) to ioin in. Please hringactisliionf
I ROSEBERY HALL South ()ueenslerr} Easter Eggsploration Wed o April. in. .‘stium and noon. £l (5llpl. 'l'icketslroni Ainsworth the ( 'hcmlst. :5 l ligll Street. Town ('rser. 42 l ligli Street and District ('ouiicil ( Nice. 53 l ligli Street. S ()ueenslerr}. Please hung a cushion. liaster eggsciteinent from the S( '( ). See Portohello'l’ow n Hall for liilldescriptiori. I THOMAS MORTON HALL l'ei rs Road. l.eith.
Easter Eggsploration Mon 4 April.
ll|._‘s(lam. £1 (5le ‘l ickets trom Rard Box. "4 ( ireat .lunctiori Street and ( ioldenacre Post ( )llice. Please hring a cushion. liaster eggscitenient from the S(‘( ). See
I KING’S THEATRE 2 l.even Street. 22‘) 1201. Box office Mon—Sat Illamnb‘pni. The Rod Hull and Emu Holiday Show'l‘hun 3] and Hi I April. 1 lani. 2.30pm. £2.25. £2. /5. £5. £3.75. hoxes (for-l) £l2. £15. liniu. Rod Hull. (iorthags ((‘arol l.ee Scott ) and The Pink Windmill Show join forces for a hilarious faniil} show.
I KING'S THEATRE 2 [even Street. 22‘) 12(ll. Box olfice Mon Sat lilam~~Spm. Winnie-the-Pooh Tue 5—Sat 9 April. 2.30pm. 7.30pm. Adults £3. £414.50. £5.50. Kids. ( )APs and concessions £2. £3. £2.50. £55”.
In which Pooh makes his first ever appearance on stage and Piglet. Rahhit (though perhaps not all his Prieridsand Relations). Wol. sorr} ()wl. Kanga. Roo. Tigger. ('hristopher Rohin and the reluctant tic-sore come too. and Vanessa l-‘ord Productions organises c\er} hod}. NB This production is not suitahle for children under the age of 4.
I NETHERBOW ARTS CENTRE 43 l ligli Street. 55h‘)5"‘)
Edinburgh Puppet Festival t‘niil 9 April. Booking essential for all performances and workshops and earl} hookingads ised See also Mora) l louse Theatre and Museum of('hildhood. Pricesadults £2. kids £ l .5“ unless otlierw ise stated. tisents marked * are especial!) toriouriger children (2 5 )ears) and these ticketsarc adults £ I . kids S'tlp. Recommended age-range in hrackets.
Thurs 31 Mar—Sat 2 April Beam) and the Beast h} the ladinhurgh Puppet ('o.. lllam. ll..‘~tlam. 2.30pm. Kids£l.5il. adults £2.50 (5 )cars upwards). ('hris (‘raig. last sears w riter director in residence for children‘s theatre at the Netherhow . has adapted the classic fairytale for the talented lidirihurgh Puppet ( ‘ompany. w ho w ill he taking their show to (‘anada iii Ma}.
Thurs 31 Mar * Pepi and Soriihreroh} llaridyworks Puppet (‘o. llarn. lpni. 3pm.
Fri 1-Sat 2April it (ioldie and the Bearsh} Puppet Power I lam. lpm: * Pepi and Sonihrero h} llandsworks Puppet ('o. 3pm.
Mon 4 April I lansel and ( iretel ( 3- A) } cars l lll..‘~(larn: * Punch and hid} 's .Magic Show h} Scott l.o\al. l lam. 2..~(lpm: Princess Kliscliandra h_\ l.empen Puppets (5 _\ears upwards) 12.3(lpm: The Queen of l-"ingal‘s (ilL‘tl h) Pandenioniurii Puppetst5 sears upwards). 3pm
Tue 5 Peter and the Wolf h} l l;llitl_\\\tlr'lss Puppct(‘o.‘\ Uiears). lilfillarii: * Punch andJud} 's Magic Show by Scott l.o\at. llaiii: hair the l‘ool h_\ ('lidehuilt Puppet
('o(5 searsupwardsl. 12.30pm: *Toh}
goes to Iceland and other stories h} Solo Theatre. 2.30pm: The Queen of l‘ingal‘s (ilen h} Pandemonium Puppets ( 5 } ears upwards). 3pm.
Wed 6 l laiisel and ( iretel ( 3 ‘) } ears). lll.3tlani: Princess Klischandra h}
l-empen Puppets (5 years upwards). l2.3llpm: * The Little Snowman and other stories hy Solo Theatre 2.3llpmlTl1L‘ Queen of l-‘ingal's (‘rlen hs' Pandemonium Puppets (5 sears upwards). 3pm
Thurs7 The Princess and the l-‘rog h) the lidinhurgh Puppet ('o ( 34) years). 10.30am. 3pm: ls an the Pool h} ('lidehuilt Puppet (‘o (5 sears upwards). 12.30pm: * Peasoupgoesto l lospitaland other stories hs Solo Theatre. 2.30pm.
Fri 8 l laiisel and (iretel (3 4) years). 10.30am: Princess Klischandra h} l.empen Puppets (5 years upwards). l2.3llpiii: * Red Ridinglloodandthe \\'itcli's(‘at h_\ Puppet Power. 2..~ilpm [sold out |: The Queen of l-‘ingal‘s ( ilen h)‘
Panderiioniuin Puppets (5 sears upwards).
3pm Sat 9 Peter and the Wolf h_\' l land) works
Puppet ('ot3 Usears). lll.3tlam: it Punch ‘
and Judy 's Magic Show h} Scott l.o\at. llarii: I\ an the tool hi (‘lsdehuilt Puppet (‘o(5 sears upwards). l2..‘~(lpm: * Red Riding l lood and the \Viteh‘s ( ‘at h_\ Puppet Power. 2..‘~(|pm: The Queen of l’ingal‘s ( ilen h_\ Pandemonium Puppets (5 years upwards). 3pm
Exploring Puppetry workshops lor adults and children (except Li! S). £1 kids. £l.5ll adults.
The World olMarinnettes. Mon-1.“..‘illpttt The World ol Shadow Puppets. Tue 5. 7..‘itipiii.
The World or Black Light Puppets wed (r. 2.3llprn
The World at Rod Puppets turns 1 ".31 lprn The World of Glove Puppetry - for adults l‘ri S. ”..‘~(lpiii.
I MORAY HOUSE THEATRE St .loliii Street. Rti_\;il Mile. Kids L l .5“. adults £25”. Edinburgh Puppet Festival
Mon 4—Sat 9 April Peter Pan h} International l’ttt‘Ves Puppets. llain ( not Mon 4). 2pm. Kids£l.5ll. adults £2.5ll. ('hildren who can ti) . and crocodiles who sneak tip on (’aptain llook sliotild make the perfect vehicle for Purses Puppets familiar and yer} succsstul glow mg t V puppets, The ro} alties from these performances w ill go to the ( ireat ()rniond Street ('liildren's l lospital.
I PLAYHOUSE 1S 22(ii'eenside Place. 55"
25‘)” Mon Sat lilain hpiii.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory true 5 Sat ‘) April. Tue 2.3(lprii. \Ved Sat 2 .iilpm and "Sllpni. £35“. £45“. £55“. Kids
L l .5lloll all prices. ()iils one concession per hooking.
More theatrical goodies for children with Roald l)ahl's hugel_\ popular hook adapted for the stage hi Assistant Director at the 'l l‘a\et'se. .leiciiis Raison. I THEATRE WORKSHOP 3-1 l lairiilton Place. 220.5425.
The Matchgirls wed I3 Sat loApriI. ‘pm. Sat matinee 2..‘~ilprii £2 ( £ll
l‘orth (’hildreri's Theatre in their production of Bill ()weri's riiusical which tells the stor} ol the e\p|oitedwomen factor} workers in Victorian London who decided enough w as enough and w eiit on strike the first of its kind h_\ women.
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