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Term 2 Newsletter

Time to go and watch a play!

To celebrate World Drama Day, here are several theatre plays that you and your kids can enjoy together for a fantastic time!

These shows are also a great way to inspire your little aspiring thespian to dive into the performing arts. Plus, they’re the perfect activity for those days when the weather is less than ideal.

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Create everlasting memories for the family!

Our Recommendations

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The Three Little Pigs

Join the three little pigs on an adventure as they cleverly outwit the Big Bad Wolf in this original adaptation of the classic fairy tale. "The Three Little Pigs" teaches children that success comes from hard work and perseverance.

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From Sat, 20 Jul 2024

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KC Arts Centre - Home of STC

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The Invisible Pangolin

Three friends—a Monkey, Owl, and Tiger—discover a mysterious ball that turns out to be a classmate they have never "seen" before. What does it mean to be unseen and to remain "invisible"?

"The Invisible Pangolin" is an interactive theatre piece that explores the themes of friendship, embracing differences, being seen, and giving space. Come join us on this adventure!

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27 - 28 Jul 2024

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Gateway Theatre, Black Box, L8

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BURP

Get ready for BURP, a heartening tale about a man who loves collecting sounds in glass jars, each one a doorway to a special memory or feeling. Every day, he carefully picks a few sound jars and plays them on his Incredible Sound Machine, transporting him back to extraordinary moments in time. 

Explore all kinds of sounds – near, far, and moving through different things. Can the man catch Burp in his sound jar, or will Burp escape? Join the thrilling chase between Burp and the sound collector!

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10 – 25 August 2024

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Esplanade Theatre Studio

How does watching theatre performances benefit my children?

Watching theatre performances is a multifaceted activity that supports the holistic development of children, making it a valuable addition to their cultural and educational experiences.

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Our Spotlight

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Our Spotlight

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Newsletter Highlights

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World Theatre Day

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