Top 5 music shows for kids at Fringe 2012
Featuring The BIG Sing-a-long, Flamenco for Kids, Mil's Trills Music and Stories, Sesame Street and Music Bugs
This article is from 2012.
Back for their third Fringe running, the BIG Project’s Children’s Choir invite you to join in with chart hits and musical mash-ups.
St Mark’s artSpace, 228 1155, 4 Aug, 2pm, £6 (£4–£5).
Warm up your hands and get ready to learn some hot Spanish rhythms. They’ll even lend you a costume and show you a few heel-bashing steps.
C eca, 0845 260 1234, until 27 Aug (not 3, 14, 21), 1.15pm, £7.50–£9.50 (£3.50–£6.50).
New Yorker Amelia Robinson introduces under 5s to the joy of musical instruments, in these interactive shows for ages 0–2 then ages 3-5.
Pleasance Courtyard, 556 6550, until 12 Aug (not 6), 10.30am & 11.45am, £5 (£3).
The happy red fellow from Sesame Street travels to Edinburgh with all his pals to help to share his infectious love of music. As far as he’s concerned, even household objects are instruments, so go along and get inspired.
Meadows Big Theatre Top, 667 0202, 5–12 Aug, 2pm (also 11am show on 11–12 Aug), £11 (family ticket £40).
The perfect way for under 5s to burn off some energy at this fun session, which sold out at last year’s Fringe. Bang the drums, sing the songs, dance the dances and join in with the carnival capers.
Dancemaster Studios, 226 0000, 6–10 Aug, 10am, £8 (adults free).