Struggling with children at this year's Fringe? Unsure about what show to take them to in order to keep them occupied and help them experience the magic around? A Most Curious Quest may just help you solve this mystery.Based on a Togo fable, this show follows the fates of three princes, set a challenge by their mother to find the most incredible thing in the world - the prize being the throne after her death. All three princes in this show are character flawed, but during their quests (which are aided by a seemingly bottomless pit of a props box) each are faced with adverse situations, usually involving their servant being injured, where they are forced to swallow their pride and become a better person. The amazing rewards that they are given, in gold, frankensence and myrrh style, are gifts that are fit for a Queen - to the point of saving her life.The differences between the princes could be more pronounced, while there are a few areas of the show where the script can slightly drag and disengage the young viewer. But these are seldom, more prevalent is a terrific tale that is excellently performed to help a young audience understand how there is 'no right or wrong' in terms of which prince gets to be king, but far more important is that they have all seen the error of their ways.