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The Jungle Book stage adaptation by Olivier award winning Jessica Swale, with music and songs by Joe Stilgoe, is prefect theatre going for ages six and above. 535 more words
My guest today is Darren O’Donnell. Darren O’Donnell is a novelist, essayist, playwright, director, designer and performer. His books (published by Coach House Press) include: Haircuts by Children and Other Evidence for a New Social Contract (2017), Social Acupuncture (2006), which argues for aesthetics of civic engagement, and Your Secrets Sleep with Me (2004), a novel about difference, love and the miraculous. 202 more words
Odd One Out teaches Wellington children about inclusivity
Capital E’s new show, Odd One Out, uses non-verbal live performance and humour to tell its young audiences about the importance of acceptance and inclusivity. 308 more words
Get ready to meet New Zealand’s silliest clowns in The Court Theatre’s silent children’s show, A Paintbox of Clowns.
Writer and director Dan Bain has created a trio of silly and silent clowns, appropriately named Red, Blue and Green to entertain all types of children – and grown-ups. 588 more words