A chance for all the family to come and enjoy live orchestral music in Biggar with opportunities to try some of the instruments during the interval.The programme will include Humperdinck’s Hansel & Gretel overture, Saint-Saens’ Danse Macabre and Paul Patterson’s Little Red Riding Hood (based on Roald Dahl’s adaptation of the story.)
Become a wild bird in search of worms in a simple tabletop game that you'll make and take home. Learn to play by taking part in a large scale game and then make your very own pocket sized version of 'Robin' to keep and share with friends and family.Suitable for ages 6 to 11. Younger children are welcome if accompanied by an adult.Numbers limited, please book early to avoid disappointment.
Find acorns as a wild squirrel in a simple tabletop game that you'll make and take home to keep.Learn to play by taking part in a large scale foraging game before making your very own pocket sized version to share with friends and family.Suitable for ages 6 to 11. Younger children are welcome if accompanied by an adult.
Atkinson-Pryce is thrilled to be joined in the Library by the fabulous Vivian French and Catherine Rayner to celebrate their first book together. Hello Horse gently introduces children to Shannon (who is Catherine’s own horse!), offers encouragement and provides practical tips such as how to give a carrot the right way. Join us in the library for storytime and an illustration workshop from two of the finest children’s writers today.Children must be accompanied by an adult.
For tickets please contact Akinson-Pryce Books on 01899 221225...
Pips the little monkey and silly old panda go on a journey to Magicland to find twinkle, Mr Magic's cheeky white rabbit. On the way they meet underwater creatures, watch wonderful magic tricks, and sing songs with the Music Man.Pips & Panda look forward to seeing you there!Especially for ages 1-6 years Tickets available from the Puppet Theatre on 01899 220631 or www.purvespuppets.com..
Come along and enjoy an interesting guided tour of our extensive puppetry collection from all over the world. Meet some familiar faces:Pelham Puppets,TV characters and a Fairy Godmother who is over 200 years old! You can also have a go at working some puppets. Suitable for ages 7 to adult. Tickets available from the Puppet Theatre on 01899 220631 or www.purvespuppets.com..
Our production combines humour, dance and the most exciting traditional Scottish music to tell the story of a boy called Hughie McDhui, who meets a girl called Mairi Glengarry, who is running away from her wicked uncle - Naggie McCraggie. Along the way they are caught up in the world of Spike the hedgehog, where animals talk, sing and even form rock groups! It is here that they make friends with Nessie, the famous monster from the loch, who talks with a Scottish upper class accent and is an expert at dodging research submarines!The story ends with an unforgettable climax at the spooky Castle Urquhart! (Age 5 – 101!)Tickets available from the Puppet Theatre on 01899 220631 or www.purvespuppets.com...
Little Miss Muffet, Incky Wincey Spider and other surprises await you on the story trail. Be prepared to join in on this fun experience for preschool and infant primary school children. Audience participation is required. Suitable for preschool and infant primary children. All children must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Leaves from Atkinson-Pryce Bookshop at 2pm. ..
Atkinson-Pryce Books celebrates the 50th anniversary of Judith Kerr’s “The Tiger Who Came to Tea” and the recently published Scottish edition “The Teeger That Cam for His Tea” with a Tiger Tea Party. Come along for some tiger fun! All tigers welcome.Young children to be accompanied by an adult. ..
This annual event is arranged by Biggar High School, and sponsored by the Rotary Club of Biggar. It is a unique and enjoyable opportunity to hear and see some of our talented young people performing for us.