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The lack of opportunities in the area for expressive arts experiences for the children is saddening, so having the chance to offer involvement in such a production was invaluable.

Early Years Officer, Craigour Park Primary - The LicketyTale of Molly Whuppie, December 2013

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Connections and Reflections

 Patter Network - The Creative Conversation Continues (May 2015)

Virginia Radcliffe was invited to take part in a Creative Conversation with Amy Hall Gibson for the Patter Network. They talked about Virginia's inspirations and how she overcomes/overcame creative and financial challenges. The full transcript can be found here

Molly Whuppie Blog 2016

Read all about Molly and the Giant's adventures at the Edinburgh Fringe 2016 here!

Earlyarts Blog - Listening to Children (January 2015)

Virginia Radcliffe was invited by Earlyarts to write a blog about the origins of her early years work, which can be found here.

"The Adventures of LicketyLeap: Transforming lives - the possibilities of theatre" PechaKucha presentation made by Licketyspit's Artistic Director/Chief Executive, Virginia Radcliffe at the ArtWorks Scotland Conference, Dundee (November 2013)

 

Symposium - Connections & Reflections

Virginia Radcliffe, Artistic Director/Chief Executive LicketySpit from Creative Scotland on Vimeo.

Testimonials


Excellent - Very enjoyable! I liked the interaction with the children.Audience member. The LicketyTale of Molly Whuppie, December 2013
It was very interactive. Lots of singing and just the right length of time. Fantastic! Loved it!Audience member. The LicketyTale of Molly Whuppie, December 2013
Licketyspit has quickly earned a reputation as one of Scotland's most polished children's theatre companies. Its work is typically playful, athletic and imaginative. Those qualities are all present in its latest production.Mark Fisher, High Arts