The Adventures of Bo Peep | Edinburgh Festival Fringe


4.5 stars – highly recommended, go see it!

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Running daily at 10.20am until 16th August

£10.50 (£9.50 concession)

Venue 17, Studio 3, Assembly George Square Studios

It’s all going on at Close Knit Farm!  Little Bo Peep hails from generations of wise shepherd women and she’s ready to share her latest adventure with audiences at the Edinburgh Fringe.  With so many children missing out on live theatre, this is the perfect place to start; the show is exciting, interactive and fun.

Award-winning puppet theatre company Knuckle & Joint have adapted the well- loved story of Little Bo Peep.  The engaging performance includes lots of audience participation,as the children help Bo Peep find her flock, including ‘Leafy’ and ‘Super Sheep’. 

The Adventures of Bo Peep is a magical introduction to theatre for young children and judging by the reaction from my ‘nearly five year old’ and the audience around us, it was a great hit.

Warning: this show includes sheep counting – adults may wish to have a strong coffee before attending in case they nod off *

* you won’t of course it’s far too much fun!

Assembly are celebrating 40 years of bringing great shows to the festival and their base at George Square Gardens (right beside Studio Three) is an excellent space for families to hang out, with a large seated area, a super variety of food and drink options and lots of shows.

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