Puppet Animation Festival: East Renfrewshire
The Puppet Animation Festival is the UK’s oldest and largest performing arts festival for children!
About Puppet Animation Festival: East Renfrewshire
Puppet Animation Festival has run continuously since 1984, and in 2017 the festival featured almost 140 events in over 30 venues, all across Scotland. Now in its 36th year, Puppet Animation Festival is the UK’s largest performing arts event for children.
Puppet Animation Festival programmes a diverse range of events for children between the ages of 0-12 including puppet making and animation workshops, puppet theatre and animated films. Our nationwide programme includes events in English and Gaelic as well as performances for neuro-diverse audiences.
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Calling all Harry Potter fans! Potions and spells, wonder and wizardry, butterbeer and books await at your local library on the most magical night of the year!
Come along to Eastwood Park Theatre for a special screening of some classic family films!
Beat the Street is a fun, free game that will see the towns of Barrhead and Newton Mearns transformed into a giant game! See how far you can walk, cycle and run in just 6 weeks!
The critically-acclaimed Pantaloons return to Greenbank Garden, Clarkston with their latest outdoor theatre performance, a funny, fast-paced and faithful new adaptation of Sense & Sensibility!
One of the most popular events in the Scottish Cyclocross calendar, Rouken Glen Cyclocross (RGCX) will take place on Sunday 20th January and event organisers are looking for lots of spectators!
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