CHILDREN’S THEATRE & ENTERTAINMENT

Cusan Theatre - Pepito

Once upon a time there was a boy that lived with his family in the Andean mountains of South America. Pepito worked hard to help his parents make the most amazing toys, masks and puppets for the carnival, but one day as he falls asleep incredible things start to happen….

The show for all ages includes a variety of puppets and masks including a life size dancing puppets. With a combination of theatre, movement, song and visual treats the children are taken on a magical and memorable journey.

Drawing inspiration from Latin American Culture, the company will delight you with their visual story telling which is magical, witty and full of surprises.

Look out some wandering Latino dancers as well!

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Mr Boom

The Fair would not be the same without the wonderful Mr Boom – one man band, singer and songwriter who lives in a dome on the moon and ever so often we are lucky enough to get him to come to Earth. He has delighted generations of children with his songs, participation and fun. Great for younger children.

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Macastory

Ron and Fergus are the most theatrical of storytellers and will delight and enthral with some amazing stories.

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Paraig McNeill

Scottish storyteller Paraig, will be telling some dramatic tales from the Jacobite era as we commemorate 300 years since the first Jacobite Uprising.

Action from the Traquair Medieval Fayre at Traquair House, Innerleithen, Scotland on Sunday 26th May 2013

Mary Kenny

Experienced storyteller and artist Mary Kenny will be leading you into the woods for some animal stories and tales of the forest.

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Workshops in Children's Area

Spinning Jenny – an incredible range of workshops from juggling to stilts and diablo to hone you circus skills

Artsworkshops – come along and get arty! Help make windsocks, flags and hobby horses.

Other Children’s Entertainment: Swing Boats, Face Painting and Ride the Bucking Bronco!

Action from the Traquair Medieval Fayre at Traquair House, Innerleithen, Scotland on Sunday 26th May 2013