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  • 2014

    Bring your outside in,turn your inside out

    Festival of fun for young people

    2014

    Wednesday 15 Sunday 19 October

    Festival of fun for young people

    (and everyone who has ever bee

    n young)

    EASTGATE PEEBLES EH45 8ADBOX OFFICE 01721 725 777

    Filming, circus, beastie making,plays, stories, comedy, danceand a big gig...

  • FIVE-MINUTE FILMS 10am 3pmCreate your own five-minute film from storyboarding through filming inside and out adding the soundtrack and making a directors cut.After three days your film should be ready for its world premiere onthe big screen at the Eastgate Theatre on Sunday afternoon.Expert instruction from Tom Swift, film maker with Voice of My Own. Age: 11+ 10 per day, 25 for 3 days (Wed Fri)

    OUTSIDE IN: ARTY ANIMALS 10.30am 12noonEnter the secret garden growing in the Eastgate Studio.With its mossy bothy, trees and grass, the gardenjust needs some wildlife. Crafty children are invitedto add their own animals and birds, bugs andbutterflies made with the expert help of artistsJo Powell and Poppy Browne.Age: 5+ 4 (accompanying parents free)

    BOTHY TALES 12.10 12.30pm Gather round the campfire to enjoy some tall tales as alocal guest reads a story or two with a special connectionto their own life. FREE

    Poppy Browne presents

    RAIN OR SHINE 12.30 1.30pmPop upstairs for a pop-up theatre show, with famous story tellerPoppy Browne and her absolutely ginormous book full of charactersand tantalising tales - all with a weather eye on the great outdoors.Age: 3+ 4 child, 6 adult, family ticket 16

    BOTHY BALLADS 1.30 1.50pm Join the assortment of musicians, performers, storytellers and other funnypeople whove taken up residence in the Eastgate this week and enjoysome surprising, informal entertainment. FREE

    WEDNESDAY 15 OCTOBER

    UPSIDE DOWN: JOYFUL JUGGLING 2 3.30pmEver dreamt of running away to join the circus? Moira Morrison is asinging juggler, a piano-playing clown, and an upside-down acrobatwhod like to teach you some spectacular circus skills. Today learn tojuggle. After three days of dangling, throwing, singing clowning andmore you will take to the stage to perform for families and friends onSaturday afternoon.

    Age 8+ beginners welcome 4 per day, 10 for 3 days (Wed Fri)

    RIGHTSIDE UP: DANCE 4 5.30pmFrom ballet to Bollywood, Alex Emerson will teachyou a range of different dance styles then buildthem into a whole routine that just might end upas a sequence for one of the Five-minute Films.Come along to strut your stuff, improve, andenjoy a little bit of Fame in the process.

    Age 8+ beginners welcome8 for 2 days (Wed & Thu)

    THE BIG GIG 7 9.30pmGreat music on the main stage, fromsome exceptionally talented youngbands, singers and musicians.The line-up includes Jack Hinks,Darcy DaSilva, The Jellymans Daughter,and special guests.5 under 18s, 8 adult

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    WEDNESDAY 15 OCTOBER

  • OUTSIDE IN: BRILLIANT BUGS 10.30am 12noonAdd a bit more creepy-crawly interest to the secret garden. Today craftychildren are invited to create brilliant bugs with the expert help of artistsJo Powell and Poppy Browne.

    Age: 5+ 4 (accompanying adults free)

    Tall Stories presents

    EMILY BROWN AND THE THING12.30 1.30pmSomething MONSTROUS is keepingEmily Brown awake Emily Brown andher old grey rabbit Stanley hear a Thingcrying outside their window. He just cant get tosleep. Emily and Stanley set off on incredible adventures to theDark and Scary Wood, the Whirling Wastes and beyond to find theThings cuddly ... his bedtime milk ... his medicine ... but nothing seemsto help him settle. Whats really troubling the Thing; and will anyoneevery get any sleep? Magical mayhem from the writer of How to TrainYour Dragon.

    Age 3+ 4 child, 6 adult, family ticket 16

    UPSIDE DOWN: AIRY ACROBATICS 2 3.30pmToday upside-down acrobat Moira Morrison will teach you thespectacular circus skill ofaerial tricks. After three days of dangling,throwing, singing clowning and more you will take to the stage toperform for families and friends on Saturday afternoon.

    Age 8+ beginners welcome4 per day, 10 for 3 days (Wed Fri)

    also on today... 10am 3pmFIVE-MINUTE FILMSWith Tom SwiftSee WEDNESDAYpage for detailsAge: 11+ 10 each day

    12.10 12.30pmBOTHY TALESSee WEDNESDAYpage for detailsFREE

    1.30 1.50pmBOTHY BALLADSSee WEDNESDAYpage for detailsFREE

    FRIDAY 17 OCTOBER

    HAPPY LAFFY HOUR 7 8.30pmGlasgow comic Stephen Halkett is joinedby some funny friends for an evening ofharmless hilarity, a little magic and a lotof laughs!

    Age: 6+5 child, 8 adult, family ticket 22

    RIGHT SIDE UP: COMEDY 4 5.30pmThink youre funny? Know all the best jokes andhow to deliver the punchlines? Join StephenHalkett, master of stand-up and expert at comictiming, as he shares his skills with anyone whowants to call themselves a comedian; and givesanother masterclass in tonights comedy gig.

    Age 8+ 4

    OUTSIDE IN: FABULOUS FLOWERS10.30am 12noon

    Add a bit more colour to the secret garden. Todaycrafty children are invited to create bright, beautiful,colourful flowers with the expert help of artists Jo Powelland Poppy Browne.Age: 5+ 4 (accompanying adults free)

    Toto Tales presents

    STARBIRD 12.30 1.30pmThe Starbird is a most beautifulbird with wings that sparkle likejewels as she takes great care ofher little starchicks in theirvibrant, magical forest. Everyevening she flies up into the night skyto light up the stars that shine down on her world.One evening a hunter enters the forest and, for the first time,the Starbird encounters true injustice.

    With a hand stitched set incorporating tiny, delightful details and afusion of music, this multi layered production is rooted in traditionalstorytelling.

    Possibly the most Beautiful Childrens Show in the World***** Edinburgh GuideAge 3+ 4 child, 6 adult, family ticket 16

    UPSIDE DOWN: CLOWNING ABOUT 2 3.30pmToday upside-down acrobat Moira Morrison will teach you thespectacular circus skill ofclowning. After three days of dangling,throwing, singing clowning and more you will take to the stage toperform for families and friends on Saturday afternoon.

    Age 8+ 4 per day, 10 for 3 days (Wed Fri)

    THURSDAY 16 OCTOBER

    also on today... 10am 3pmFIVE-MINUTE FILMSWith Tom SwiftSee WEDNESDAYpage for detailsAge: 11+ 10 each day

    12.10 12.30pmBOTHY TALESSee WEDNESDAYpage for detailsFREE

    1.30 1.50pmBOTHY BALLADSSee WEDNESDAYpage for detailsFREE

    4 5.30pmRIGHT SIDE UP: DANCESee WEDNESDAYpage for detailsAge 8+ beginnerswelcome 8 for 2 days

  • Ramshacklicious presents

    DONT! approx 10am 1pmJack should be out shopping with his mum, butinstead hes made a break for freedom taking histrolley for a wild walk. Will you meet him inPeebles High Street? How many shopping bagsdoes he have today? And what on earth is thatnoise coming from the depth of the shoppingtrolley? A theatrical musical walkabout, withperiodic performances for pedestrians.For everyone who loves a bit of shopping...and everyone who doesnt!

    Out and about in PeeblesFREE

    OUTSIDE IN: BONKERS BIRDS10.30am 12noon

    Enter the secret outside in world of thegarden that is growing in the Eastgate Studio.With its wooden bothy, trees, moss and grass,the garden just needs a bit more life. Craftychildren are invited to create bonkers birds withthe expert help of artists Jo Powell and Poppy Browne.

    Age 5+ 4 (accompanying adults free)

    PROFESSOR HEISENHOFFS BIG BIRTHDAY BASH12.30 1.30pm

    Fresh from Glasgow Comedy Festival, and in honour of the Eastgates10th birthday, Stephen Halkett throws a boisterous birthday party withspecial guest Professor Heisenhoff. Party games, silly jokes, science magic,lots of audience interaction and fun for everyone. Age: 3+ 4 child, 6 adult, family ticket 16

    SATURDAY 18 OCTOBERTHE ULTIMATE UPSIDE DOWN CIRCUS SHOW 2 2.30pm

    The scratch circus troupe has been perfecting its skills in three daysof workshops. Expect dangling, throwing, juggling, singing,clowning and much more Entry by donation

    RIGHTSIDE UP: DRAMA 4 5.30pmTheatre sans Frontieres has an international reputation forproducing imaginative and visually-driven storytelling theatre.Before they present tonights performance, members of thecompany invite aspiring actors, writers or directors to take partin a workshop to learn some of their skills, ideas and inventiveness. Age 8+ 4

    Theatre sans Frontieres presents

    HEAVEN EYES 7 8.30pmSome people will tell you none of thesethings happened. Theyll say they werejust a dream the three of us sharedBut they did happen.

    Erin and January have run away from theircare home before, but this time theyrenot going back. With their friend Mousein tow, they head downriver on amakeshift raft. Washed up on themudflats, they meet a strange anddream-like girl, Heaven Eyes, and Grampa whowields an axe and digs for bodies in the black mud. As Erinbefriends Heaven Eyes, Januarys suspicions about the old mangrow. What is the secret hes hiding?

    David Almond, internationally famous for Skellig, has adapted thisstage production from his own novel. With a youthful cast, originalmusic and video, this is a spellbinding piece of storytelling.

    Age 9+ 5 child, 8 adult, family ticket 22

    also on today...

    12.10 12.30pmBOTHY TALESSee WEDNESDAYpage for detailsFREE

    1.30 1.50pmBOTHY BALLADSSee WEDNESDAYpage for detailsFREE

    SATURDAY 18 OCTOBER

  • OUTSIDE IN 12 noon 4