By Andy Cannon and Wendy Weatherby
An interactive storytelling performance and a playful celebration of Rabbie Burns for children and families.
Burns fur bairns,
Burns fur big bairns,
Burns fur a’body!
Featuring Burns’ most popular works – including Tam O’Shanter, Tae a Mouse, Tae a Louse, Address to a Haggis – lots of audience participation, poetry, storytelling and live music, Oor Rabbie is the perfect introduction to the life and works of Rabbie Burns for everyone aged 7 and over.
“Were he alive today, you get the feeling that Robert Burns would like Andy Cannon” The List
“One of our most gifted storytellers…Andy Cannon has us spellbound.” The Herald
“One of Scotland’s best musicians and singers.” Folkworld on Wendy Weatherby
Oor Rabbie toured schools and community centres in Edinburgh, the Lothians and Greater Glasgow throughout January. It was performed as part of Burns Unbound at the National Museum of Scotland on January 22nd, celebrating the poetry and legacy of Robert Burns as part of a packed programme of creative activities and performances.