Anonymouse at the Edinburgh Fringe 2015
  • "I wish there were more shows like this at the Fringe!"
  • "We loved the production just as much as our 2-year-old"
  • "don't miss out on this little gem of magic"
  • "engaging children in playful ways while also offering up a lyrical feast of poetry"
  • "utterly delightful"

Read our audience reviews in full


This summer we premiered Anonymouse, a sweet, lyrical tale of a small, furry (very shy) poet. We were part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and performed at the John Hope Gateway building of the Royal Botanic Garden. We had a sell out run and a lot of great feedback; here's a little film made by Jack Nurse at Wonder Fools. We're planning to tour in the spring so keep a look out for our teeny tiny friend...

Calvinball Tour

Our outdoor playful play could be coming to a green space near you this summer! See our dates for venues and booking info.

Imaginate Associate Artist

Ipdip's artistic director, Charlotte Allan, has recently been appointed as an Associate Artist with Imaginate "a unique organisation in Scotland, promoting, developing and celebrating the performing arts for children and young people."

Head in the Clouds

Back down to earth now after our Scottish tour - including Highlands and Islands dates with The Touring Network We met loads of curious and playful people, big and small, and were blessed with some gorgeous autumn weather for taking in the natural beauty around us. Have a look at our Twitter feed for the daily adventures of Cirrus, our serious sheep dog.

Ipdip productions

“A beautiful, whimsical story. A lovely, tactile show for little folk”

J. Brightman, parent at Head in the Clouds