Small Wonders
Punchdrunk
England
5-11 yrs

Curriculum for Excellence Resources

The themes of shared stories, loss, change and kinship in this interactive production taps in to children’s capacity to empathise and links well with Health and Wellbeing and Religious and Moral Education.

I know that friendship, caring, sharing, fairness and love are important in building positive relationships. As I develop I care and show respect or myself and others.

                                                                                                                                        HWB 1-05a/HWB 2-05a

I can show my understanding of values such as caring, sharing, fairness, equality and love.

                                                                                                                                                             RME 1-09b

Class Stage
P1-P6
Curriculum Links
Health and Wellbeing
Religious and Moral Education
The Warehouse
Duration: 60 min
Seating: Promenade performance with floor and chair seating at times.

Note: Late comers will not be admitted.
The show is not suitable for children under five. Babies and toddlers will not be admitted.

Haze and flashing lights.

Children are offered a biscuit (wheat product).


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The Warehouse
Elizafield, Unit 7, Edinburgh , EH6 5PY
  • Tuesday 14 May 9:45
  • Tuesday 14 May 11:30
  • Tuesday 14 May 13:45
  • Tuesday 14 May 16:30
  • Wednesday 15 May 9:45
  • Wednesday 15 May 11:30
  • Wednesday 15 May 13:45
  • Wednesday 15 May 19:00
  • Thursday 16 May 9:45
  • Thursday 16 May 11:30
  • Thursday 16 May 13:45
  • Thursday 16 May 16:30
  • Friday 17 May 9:45
  • Friday 17 May 11:30
  • Friday 17 May 13:45
  • Friday 17 May 19:00
  • Saturday 18 May 11:30
  • Saturday 18 May 13:00
  • Saturday 18 May 15:30
  • Saturday 18 May 17:00
  • Saturday 18 May 19:00
  • Sunday 19 May 11:00
  • Sunday 19 May 13:00
  • Sunday 19 May 15:30
  • Tuesday 21 May 9:45
  • Tuesday 21 May 11:30
  • Tuesday 21 May 13:45
  • Tuesday 21 May 16:30
  • Wednesday 22 May 9:45
  • Wednesday 22 May 11:30
  • Wednesday 22 May 13:45
  • Wednesday 22 May 19:00
  • Thursday 23 May 9:45
  • Thursday 23 May 11:30
  • Thursday 23 May* 13:15
  • Friday 24 May 9:45
  • Friday 24 May 11:30
  • Friday 24 May 13:45
  • Friday 24 May 19:00
  • Saturday 25 May 11:30
  • Saturday 25 May 13:00
  • Saturday 25 May 15:30
  • Saturday 25 May 17:00
  • Saturday 25 May 19:00
  • Sunday 26 May 11:00
  • Sunday 26 May 13:00
  • Sunday 26 May 15:30
  • Tuesday 28 May 9:45
  • Tuesday 28 May 11:30
  • Tuesday 28 May 13:45
  • Tuesday 28 May 16:30
  • Wednesday 29 May 9:45
  • Wednesday 29 May 11:30
  • Wednesday 29 May 13:45
  • Wednesday 29 May 19:00
  • Thursday 30 May 9:45
  • Thursday 30 May 11:30
  • Thursday 30 May 13:45
  • Thursday 30 May 16:30
  • Friday 31 May 9:45
  • Friday 31 May 11:30
  • Friday 31 May 13:45
  • Friday 31 May 19:00
  • Saturday 1 June 11:30
  • Saturday 1 June 13:00
  • Saturday 1 June 15:30
  • Saturday 1 June 17:00
  • Saturday 1 June 19:00
  • Sunday 2 June 11:00
  • Sunday 2 June 13:00
  • Sunday 2 June 15:30
  • *Relaxed performance: Thurs 23 May at 13.15 (aimed at audiences with an autistic spectrum, sensory or communication disorder)

**Please note adults must be accompanied by children. Adults on their own will not be admitted**

Extended three-week run: 14 May-2 June!

Inside Nanny Lacey’s flat are her collection of miniatures. These homemade creations capture the adventures she’s shared with her daughter Bella over the years. Like 3D photographs, they’re treasured moments of time and each one tells a different story. 

As Nanny Lacey has gotten older she’s started to forget things. Change is on the horizon and she’ll soon move into a care home. Before she goes, there is one final miniature to share, and story to be told.

In this magical, immersive and interactive experience, Bella invites you to join Nanny Lacey in her flat and explore the tiny worlds she  has created.

Punchdrunk (Sleep No More) has pioneered a game changing form of theatre in which roaming audiences experience storytelling inside sensory theatrical worlds. Developing work for schools and communities alongside major productions around the globe, this will be their Scottish debut, presented over a special three-week season.

Supported by the PLACE programme, funded by the Scottish Government, the City of Edinburgh Council and the Edinburgh Festivals, and supported and administered by Creative Scotland.

 ‘An atmospheric testament to the power of the imagination.’ London Evening Standard  

Small Wonders was commissioned by Punchdrunk, LIFT and Bernie Grant Arts Centre.
Supported by Garfield Weston Foundation, the Ellis Campbell Foundation and the Small Wonders Giving Circle. Made in Tottenham with the support of Haringey Council.

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