Shhh... The Elves Are Very Shy

Shhh... The Elves Are Very Shy

...and elfologist Dr Faye Greenwood is here to tell us why – and how you can help. Can her two tiny friends be encouraged to come out and say hi? And can you spot the evidence of elf activity all around us? A small scale show for the smallest of audience members and their families... 

Edinburgh Shoreline – Free

Edinburgh Shoreline – Free

During the Shoreline project, locals have been exploring the heritage of Edinburgh’s coast. Edinburgh Shoreline exhibition was co-created with communities to celebrate Edinburgh’s relationship with the sea and provide aspirations for its role in the future. 

Calvinball

Calvinball

Following our sell-out 2016 with Head in the Clouds, Ipdip are bringing back our marvellous outdoor play for babies, toddlers and their families. Lively, musical and slightly wild, this unique theatre experience draws on the natural curiosities of children (and ex-children) inviting, but not demanding, participation... 

Home Sweet Garden

Home Sweet Garden

Poppy and Will love to play in their garden and observe the fascinating wildlife. But what will happen when their garden disappears one day? Inspirational and delightful tale of friendship and love with eco themes told using puppetry and music... 

Head in the Clouds

Head in the Clouds

Cirrus the dog has a serious job: he has to keep watch on the sheep. What to do when they lose themselves, drifting amongst the dancing clouds? How can he help these woolly-headed dreamers get back down to earth? Designed for the youngest of audience members and their families, this is theatre that surrounds with sound, touch and visual treats... 

Anonymouse

Anonymouse

In a hole in the wall of a timber house, on the edge of a wood there lives a mouse... This is a new lyrical story from Ipdip Theatre for under threes and their adults to cosy in and enjoy together... 

Photosynthesis

Photosynthesis

The first exhibition in Scotland by artists from the Dutch art collective Tropism. Featuring photographs of plants taken with unusual, often scientific, visualisation techniques, the exhibition provides a surprising and spectacularly different view on plants...