The I Hate Children Children’s Show Returns to The Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Magic for tweens, teens, and hot soccer moms daily at noon!

I Hate Children pressPress Contacts:

Pleasance Press Office
Richard Phillips-Kerr
Press Office Co-ordinator
Phone: 0131 556 6557
press@pleasance.co.uk
Artist Press Contact
Kamee Abrahamian    
kamee@ihatechildren.com
www.ihatechildren.com/press


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(San Francisco, California –July 14, 2012) Top Magician, Paul Nathan (Dark Kabaret, Devil in the Deck, Star Trek Voyager) is packing his bags for Edinburgh to headline a month of good, clean, child-hating fun. Also returning to the show is guitarist, John Anaya (Wasting the Spark, Cabaret Politico). John’s new album, Songs That Make Kids Cry is scheduled for release during the festival.

The award winning magic and music show moves to the Pleasance Kids Zone. This is the third year at the Festival but producers promise new magic, music, and fun. Popular parts of the show won’t change.  Every child still gets to help out on stage. Pictures of guests doing the magic are posted on the show’s website, www.ihatechildren.com where you can see photos from past year’s young guest stars. Expect the same cruel banter and child hating wonderfulness that’s made the show a hit with kids and adults.

I Hate Children Children's Show wins Editor's Choice Award - Named Best Children's Show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

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I Hate Children Children’s Show named Best Children’s Show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

(Edinburgh, Scotland –July 16, 2012)  ThreeWeeks Magazine presents the coveted Editor’s Choice Award to Paul Nathan and John Anaya for the best children’s show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2011.  In addition ThreeWeeks Magazine editor’s selected The I Hate Children Children’s Show as one of the 10 Best Events at the Fringe (out of 3,000 plus events each day).

Surprised to win

“We were gob smacked” says musical co-star John Anaya “We spent two years pouring out our hearts and souls to create a show that was unique and special… This wasn’t it.  We did IHC to pay for the show that should have won and to meet hot moms. Ah well, there is no accounting for taste.”

Over the past two years the show has received more five star reviews than any other kid show their size.  “We tried to create a magic show for families that we would want to see. Something that’s fun for us, for the kids, and for parents.” Says Paul Nathan “we never set out win anything. I was blown away when we found out about he award.” About the show, Nathan says “It’s the same routines that we do for adults I just try not to say #$%@! so often”.