Polar Bears Seeing Stars
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The Polar Bears are coming into their final week at the Edinburgh Fringe and we’ve been having some lovely ★★★★ and ★★★★★ reviews from Edinburgh Festivals Magazine, The List, Families Edinburgh and The Wee Review.  We’ve also been highlighted as one of The Guardian’s top shows and have a great review in this round-up of some of the Fringe family shows.

More info and Tickets here on The Pleasance site:

Today is sold out but there is good availability for the rest of the run. The timings change a bit through the week:

Tues 22nd – 11am – Sold Out

Wed 23rd – NO SHOW

Thurs 24th – 2pm

Fri 25th – 11am

Sat 26th – 11am & 2pm

Sun 27th – 11am

Hope to see you there or later in the year when we tour to Awesome Festival in Perth, Australia or somewhere on our USA tour in Nov/Dec! The Only Way is UP!

The Polar Bears Go Wild!

Created and performed by Eilidh MacAskill and Fiona Manson.
Two gentle, silent wanderers led by their curiosity and their stomachs.
A show for under-5s. Co-produced by macrobert in 2013.
“A truly entertaining delight” STV

The Polar Bears Go Up!

A fun, surreal and highly enjoyable treat for children aged 2-5
Created and performed by Eilidh MacAskill and Fiona Manson
A Fish And Game / Unicorn production
“Charm, wit and a sense of wonder” The Stage

The Conference Call Of The Birds

A celebration of the national birds of the world created in response to the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Commissioned by Creative Scotland and part of Culture 2014.

Near And Far

Near And Far
A performance for children about the distances between us
Created and performed by Laura Bradshaw, Eilidh MacAskill and Murray Wason
Originally commissioned for Tramway’s Rip It Up season

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