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I GLASGOW FAIR 1991
Nelson's Monument. Glasgow Green. 041 550 2104/0040.
Frl 124% 20 July The Fair has awide variety of kids‘ entertainments on offer including a children's holiday club on weekday mornings. theatre. puppets. workshops and Victorian fairground rides. Phone the numbers above for a free Fair Diary and for bookings.
I CRAWEURO THEATRE Jordanhill College. 76 Southbrae Drive. 950 3437. InatanlClroua 16Jul loam-3pm. Frec.but places limited. must be booked. Circus skills workshops with performance. For 7—12-year-olds.
Puppet Workahooa 23. 24. 25 Jul 1—4pm. £2. Places limited. must be booked. For 7-12-year-olds.
I HAGGS CASTLE 100 St Andrews Drive. Pollokshields. 427 2725.
IUSWCICOJNCII— PRESENTS CHILDREN'S HOLIDAY FUN fun and games for free Mon 1 July - Fri 16 Aug (Not Sal/Sun) DUNBAR (Corn Exchange) Mon. Wed. Fri 11am - 12.30pm Tue and Thu 3pm - 4.30pm NORTH BERWICK (The Pavilion)
Tue and Thu liam - 12.30pm Mon. Wed. Fri 3pm - 4.30pm
AQUA FUN TIME
at North Berwlck
Every Tuesday (2 July - 20 Aug) at 7pm Tickets: Tel. 0620-2083 £1.50 (Full). 75p (Cones)
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The Maltings (Berwick) present JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH 1 and 2 August at 3pm and 7pm at The Brunton Theatre. Musseiburgh Tickets: Tel. 031-665 9900 £13.50 (Full). Q50 (Cones)
i SummerAcllvlllea Always very popular.
i must be booked in advance (in person or
i by phone). Two activities per child.
i Admission free. Choice of two sessions.
' 10.15am or 2.15pm unless stated
1 otherwise. Age range given in brackets. Archery (8—12) 16. 19. 24. 27. 30Jul. 1.5.9. 12. 17 Aug.
Garden nature trail (4—7) 15. 23. 31 Jul;8. 16 Aug.
Fun and gamaa at Victorian Paatlmea (7— 12) 22 Jul. 4. 15 Aug (4 Aug 2.15pm only). Llatan to a story and make your own oupoel (4—7) 18. 26Jul. 6. 14 Aug.
Malta a maalt and aurorlaa your trienda (6—9) 17. 25 Jul. 2. 13 Aug.
Daalgn your own coal ol arma (7—12) 21 Jul (2.15pm only). 7 Aug.
Malta a nature collage picture (4—7) 12. 20. 28Jul (28Ju12.15pm only). 10.18 Aug(18 Aug 2. 15pm only).
Dreaa up and loin the tun (6-12) 14. 29Ju| (14Ju12.15pm only). 11 Aug(2.15pm only).
I SCOTLAND STREET SCHOOL MUSEUM OF EDUCATION 225 Scotland Street. 429 1201. Games and llhymea ol the Past Until 1 Sep. Mon-Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 2-5pm. Admission free. Girds and elects. whips and peeries. available for 50p hire outside in playground. Instructions given.
Summer fun for kids. ongoing throughout July. All performances are free.
Streetbiz will be touring round community centres. playschemes. libraries. and recreation centres throughout July.
I THUNDERGIRO THEATREWORKSHOP Dance. mine. and song based by the legends ofthe North American Indians. All day session (10am-3pm) ends with a performance.For7-l2-year-olds. _
12 Jul Garthamlock Recreation Centre. I CLOWN JEWELS STORYTELLING GUS Stories of magic. mystery and music. Age range given in brackets.
' 12Ju| Kirktonholme Recreation Area. East Kilbride. 10-1 lam (5-8) and llam—noon (9—12).
12 Jul Ballerup Recreation Area. Whitehills. 2-3pm (7- i 2).
' I INSTANT CIRCUS Circus skills workshop ‘ culminating with a performance.
5 10am—3pm. For5-12-year-olds.
i 15Jul Easterhouse Sports Centre.
i 18 Jul Crawfurd Theatre (See main entry
17Ju| Larkfield Youth Cafe. Greenock. 18Ju| Kilmun Street Recreation Centre. Maryhill.
19Jul Lammermoor Play Ccntre.Calder. 22 Jul Wyndford Recreation Centre. Maryhill.
24 Jul Rouken Glen Park. Eastwood.
25 Jul Robertson Park. Renfrew.
26 Jul Southdeen Recreation Centre. Drumchapcl.
I THE RUNAWAY TRAIN Join Jane and Tom on a station platform with some mysterious pieces of luggage. Performance last 45 minutes. Suitable for 3—7-ycar-olds.
1SJui Development Arts Project Ability. 18 Albion Road. Glasgow. 1 lam and 2pm. TS Jul Windlow Primary School. Castlemilk. 11am.
16Jul Castlemilk Sports Centre. 2pm.
17 Jul New Monklands Primary School.
17 Jul Shawhead Community Centre. Coatbridgc. 2.30pm.
1SJuI Baillieston Library. 11.30am. 1SJuI Riddrie Library. 2.30pm.
19Ju| Burnhcad District Ilall. 10.30am. lllJul Bellshill Cultural Centre. 2pm.
,. 22 Jul Muirfield Community Education
Centre. 10.30am and 2pm. 23 Jul Halfway Recreation Centre.
I KINGS THEATRE Bath Street. 227 5511. ilot Hill Until 12 Jul 11am and 2.30pm. Kids £2. £2.50. £3; adults £3. £3.50.£4. New show from the ever-popular Singing Kettle trio.
Act villas and fun
I ARTS IN THE PARK
Body Sculpture workshops run by Arts Outreach for 7-12-year-olds. 10am-4pm. Cost is £1 per workshop. tickets can be purchased in advance from the venue (EDC offices for the South Queensferry venue).
22 Jul Rosebery Hall. South Queensferry. 23 Jul Gracemount Leisure Centre.
I CRAIGLOCKHART SPORTS CENTRE 177 Colinton Road. 443 0101.
Summer Holiday Programme includes Playacheme for 5—12-year-olds. Mon-Fri 10am-noon and 2—4pm. £1 per session. Team games. bouncy castle. outings. craft work.
I EDINBURGH CITY LIBRARIES
Animal Crackera July and August in all local libraries. Entry is by free ticket which must be collected in advance from your local library. Activities include story-telling sessions. badge-making. puppet shows. mask-making. teddy bears' picnic. Pop into your local branch for
I EAST LOTHIAN DISTRICT COUNCIL Children's Holiday Fun Runs until Fri 9 Aug. Admission Free. Fun.games. competitions with Uncle Drew and his friends. Suitable for Children of all ages. On sunny days the fun is on the heach.in wet weather. indoors.
Dunbar(Mcct at Corn Exchange) Mon. Wed. Fri 1 lam—12.30pm; Tue and Thu 3—4pm.
North Berwlclt (Meet at the Pavilion)Tue and Thu 1 lam—12.30pm; Mon. Wedand Fri 3—4pm.
I MEADOWSANK SPORTS CENTRE London Road. 661 5351.
Summer Holiday Programme From Mon 15 Jul. Mon—Fri. Activities include Dally Play Saaaiona for 5—10-year-olds. lilam—noon. £1 per session; Coaching Seaalona 2—4pm. Badminton. athletics and other sports available for 10-15-ycar olds. £1 per session or £4 for a weekly ticket.
I SWIMMING CENTRES
Play sessions with inﬂatables run until 19 Aug.
Olenogle Mon—Fri Ham—noon and 2-4pm; Sat liiam-noon.
inllrmary Street Mon—Fri loam—noon and 2—4pm; Sat 2-3.40pm.
Lelth Mon—Fri 10—noon and 2—4pm; Sat 2-3.40pm.
Portobello Mon—Fri lilam—noon and 2-4pm; Sat lilam-noon and 2—3.40pm.
Royal Commonwealth Pool Mon-Sat loam-noon and 2-4pm.
Free shows for children. no booking. just turn up.
Maior Mustard presents Robin Hood. a puppet show for 5—11-yearolds.
12 Jul 10.30am. Davidson Mains Park. 12Ju| 3pm. Saughton Park.
15Jul 10.30am. South QueensferryC.C. 15Ju13pm. Pilrig Park.
16Jul 10.30am. Inch Park.
17 Jul 10.30am. Brighton Park. Portobello.
17 Jul 3pm. Jack Kane Centre.
18Jul 10.30am. Princes StrectGardens. 18 Jul 3pm. Braidburn Valley Park. 19Jui 10.30am. Davidson Mains Park. 19 Jul 3pm. Saughton Park.
I GEORGE SGUARE THEATRE668 2019. Hotlllta 18. 19.20Jul 11am and2.30pm. Kids £3; adults £4. Action’packcd musical show from the Singing Kettle.
I THE NETHERSOW 43—45 High Street. 556 9579.
Puppet Theatre Season Mon—Fri until 26 ; July. Performances last 45 mins to one f hour. £2.50 (£1 .50). The refurbished Netherbow'sfirst seasonolpuppettheatre ; is presented by Ian Turbitt. puppeteer-in-residence. The productions
' are traditional. using glove and rod ;
techniques. and will appeal to allages. i Fr|1211am Peter andthe Wolf;2.30pm i Tam O'Shanter.
Mon 15 2.30pm Princess Klischandra.
Tue 18 2.30pm The Coloured Land.
Wed 17 l lam Princess Klischandra; 2.30pm The Dreamer.
Thura 18 2.30pm The Coloured Land.
Fri 19 l lam The Dreamer: 2.30pm Princess Klischandra.
Mon 22 2.30pm Puss 1n Boots.
Tue 23 2.30pm The King's Ears. Wed2411am Puss In Boots; 2.30pm Peter and the Wolf.
Thura 25 2.30pm The Emperor‘s Nightingale.
Fr126 l lam Peter and the Wolf; 2.30pm Tam O‘Shanter.
I THEATRE WORKSHOP 34 Hamilton Place. 226 5425.
The Mlalaid World Sat 20 and Sat 27Jul. 11am. £2.50 (£1 .50). A group ofscientists and explorers search for a live pterodactyl sighted in the Amazon region. Drama. humour and audience participation produce a fun-filled family show. Part of the first-ever Stockbridgc Festival.
S2 The List 12-25 July 1991