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Hands Up to See Ducklings!

The Ugly Duckling
Adapted by Will Robertson
Based on the story by Hans Christian Andersen
Directed by Daniel Pengelly
2-14 October 2017 at The Court Theatre, Christchurch… 679 more words

New Zealand News

On safari in Africa Beneath African Skies

The September production of The People’s Theatre is always dedicated to literacy for International Literacy Day on 8 September.  Sometimes it is the Mother Goose classics and sometimes something else.  247 more words

Theatre

WHAT'S ON OCTOBER: CATHERINE WHEELS THEATRE COMPANY BRINGS CHILDREN’S TALE TO EASTWOOD PARK THEATRE

The Story of the Little Gentleman’ is coming to Eastwood Park Theatre on 4 October at 1pm, courtesy of children’s theatre company, Catherine Wheels. … 158 more words

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The Gruffalo on tour - A review

As one of the best loved children’s books, Julia Donaldson’s The Gruffalo has enchanted children – including ours – for many years.

So when I heard it was coming to Cardiff’s… 276 more words

Theatre Review

The Extraordinary Time-Travelling Adventures of Baron Munchausen - Edinburgh Fringe Review

New Town Theatre

27/08/17

As is the case with anything improvised, it is difficult to review it in the same way as I would another theatre show; the stories I saw on Saturday are not going to be the same as those you might see on the day you see it. 187 more words

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There May Be Dragons - Edinburgh Fringe Review

Stories Alive

The Hispaniola

26/08/17

As part of a pair of shows, There May Be Pirates…There May Be Dragons, Eden Ballantyne of Stories Alive presents the exciting story of Gilly and the dragon egg she finds while playing hide and seek. 254 more words

Review

Shakespeare for Breakfast & Dickens for Dinner - Edinburgh Fringe Review

C Theatre

C Chambers Street

26/08/17 & 27/08/17

Charles Dickens, author of such novels as Hard Times, Oliver Twist and Great Expectations, wouldn’t exactly spring to mind as a cheery soul (though there can be no doubt that he has written some belly laughs dotted through his works), however, C Theatre’s production… 354 more words

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