Wee Write at the Bandstand, 9 July, 2016

wee write book fest

wee write book fest


Wee Write! is bringing even more great literary talent to Glasgow with outdoor sessions at the Kelvingrove Bandstand on Saturday 9 July. Don’t miss the chance to enjoy these inspiring reading events with your little ones in the beautiful setting of Kelvingrove Park this summer.

Sunday 9 July, 2016

Kelvingrove Bandstand, Kelvin Way, Glasgow G12

Booster Cushion Theatre Company presents : 

Big Goldilocks

Everything is in disguise and the story goes into the skies… with this very comical retelling of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Big Goldilocks wanders off into the forest but soon gets lost, getting hungry, grumpy and tired. The forest animals decide to escape before she gets grumpier, on an Animal Rescue Centre which flies high throughout the skies! Goldilocks arrives at the Three Bears house for a big bowl of cereal but soon it’s up to the audience to help scare her away… The story is retold through a massive 6ft tall book complete with pop ups and props – great fun!

Nick Toczek’s  Million Miles an Hour Show

Million Miles an Hour Show is a fast-moving blend of poetry, magic, puppetry, stories, humour and participation. Nick is a best-selling author and poet and his shows have thrilled audiences around the world. Whether you’re 3 or 103 you’ll love Nick’s zany poetry, inspired by his wacky and zany ideas.

Macastory present: Big Friendly Fun

Macastory’s Ron and Fergus bring you stories inspired by the tales and characters of the great Roald Dahl. In a highly interactive performance we’ll meet nasty old witches, some quarrelsome giants, plus an enormous peach with a surprise inside! With interactive performance, song and drama, Macastory bring you an hour of ‘splendiferous’ entertainment.
Les Vieux, Cajun Session, Wintersgills, 30 June, 2016
Songs Unseen OranMor 1 July, 2016

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