Fly to the Moon and Singalong with Mr Boom

It’s not easy keeping 30 children entertained for an hour single-handedly but Mr Boom’s one-man band copes admirably in this calm and laid back sing-a-long show.

Our audience of “little earthlings” journey to the moon on the Starship Imagination. With his repertoire of children’s songs Mr Boom has them swimming, dancing and flying round the stage which is all the more impressive as some have barely learned to walk.

It is very Scottish and undeniably twee but it’s a children’s party that you don’t have to clean up after or bake a cake for.

This is an act for the under 6’s who will love joining in and clapping along. It’s great to see Mr Boom still packing in the very young fringe goers.

He’ll be fair delighted if you and your bairns go to visit him on the moon.

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The Blurb

Let the Spaceship Imagination transport you to a happy place where Earthlings wee and tall all hold hands and sing, transforming arms to wings, with smiles for one and all.

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