Visited for the first time today; a family with 3 kids (8, 6 and 4). Wasn't really sure what to expect. What a little gem of a find. Plenty of parking spaces. A great little play area for the kids was sighted tho not used by us (well it was January in Scotland). We had thought about eating in Biggar before heading over but had heard there was a cafe. Fairly basic fare but great value for money with the home made Vegetable Soup being delicious (£14 to feed a family of 5 including drinks gets a big tick from us). It became apparent that the cafe staff were also the family who ran the puppet theatre. They were very friendly (and incredibly child-friendly) and were happy to chat to the kids about the show and the theatre. They announced that all seats were reserved for you (saving any push to get to the front of the queue). The theatre is a delight in its own right. As you enter, various photo montages take you through the construction of the building. As I said earlier, a real labour of love and a great testament to the Purves family. The show itself (Nessie the Loch Ness Monster) was great fun and the kids (even the grown up ones) entered into some fine audience participation. The right balance of humour was struck and the glow-in-the-dark puppets were a delight. Afterwards, the performers (with puppets) came into the cafe and spent time answering questions and allowing anyone who wished some great photo opportunities. I was surprised they didn't have a Business Facebook page as this would be a great marketing tool for any small family enterprise. Great show, great value and genuine friendliness from all involved. We'll be back.
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