Your children are the stars of this award winning, magic show for kids and kool parents. If you love your kids but hate boring kid shows then you are going to love The I Hate Children Children's Show. It's an adult magic show, for the whole family. The show stars the meanest man in the world and features live music and tons of magic. Every child 8 Years or older is invited on stage to help with the magic.
June 24th through June 28th Afternoons in the Astrolab at Glastonbury Festival - The largest art and theater event in the world.
August 5th through August 31st Edinburgh Festival Fringe at the Pleasance Beside Theater daily at 11:45am
Finally a kids show that won't make you want to spit up in your sippy cup. The magic is amazing enough to make believers out of those hard to reach teens. The banter is non-stop and hilarious. So belly up to the bar at the only kids show cool enough to serve beer, and make your kids the stars of the most award winning, critically acclaimed, kids show in the world.
ThreeWeeks Magazine - Editor's Choice award for Best show for children and Top 10 things to do at the Fringe.
Bad Boy Magician Paul Nathan performs for royalty, heads of state, TV and films. He lost a bet and must now do magic for kiddies. Paul is joined by Ken Newman on guitar. Ken plays music, drinks beer, and flirts with moms.
ThreeWeeks Magazine named The I Hate Children Children's Show the best children's show out of over three thousand entrants at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. You have a lot of options to take your family to and every show you see is a gamble with your time and your money... You're the one who'll have to hear high pitched voices crying for the next two hours if the show sucks. We understand and we promise you and the kids will have a great time.
Every child gets a chance to help out on stage. Pictures of the kids starring in the show are posted on the "Show Photos" Button above.
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Get your DVDs, T-Shirts, and Magic Tricks after the Show!
"The magic tricks are superbly executed, and the children entranced throughout, even the most skeptical who know how the tricks work are happy to see them carried out with such wit and vigor." Edinburgh Spotlight
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