The Ceilidh Tree

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  • 27 November 2008
The Ceilidh Tree

Long before willows were stripped and white sergeants were dashed, a ceilidh used to mean a social gathering where songs were sung and tales were told. Giant Productions go back to this original meaning with their charming, interactive show for 3–5-year-olds, The Ceilidh Tree. Set on the shortest day of the year, the show features magical lighting, puppetry, songs and lots of forest creatures ready to tell a good yarn.

North Edinburgh Arts Centre, Edinburgh, Mon 1–Wed 3 Dec; Platform, Glasgow, Tue 9–Sat 13 Dec.

Ceilidh Tree

Giant Productions present the story of the shortest day of the year and a lone tree standing in a forest clearing as lots of woodland creatures gather round for a special moment. Cuddle in for stories and songs suitable for nursery age children.

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