Today we feature two productions perfect for a school holiday outing this October.
From the wonderfully talented people at Monkey Baa Theatre comes another enchanting production, full of humour and music.
Written, directed and performed by George Washingmachine and George Ellis with the 12 piece CONDUCTOR AND THE CLOWN ORCHESTRA.
Children will delight in the serious classical Conductor or the cheeky Clown whose aim it is to conduct the orchestra.
This wonderfully hilarious orchestral show for families will have an exclusive season at Lend Lease Darling Quarter Theatre from Tuesday 1 to Saturday 5 October.
Darling Quarter Theatre
Terrace 3/1-25 Harbour Street, Sydney
(opposite Darling Quarter Playground)
When: Tuesday 1 to Saturday 5 October
Time: 11am & 1.00pm
Price: $25 per person or $90 Family (four persons)
Book: (02) 8624 9340 or here.
Marian Street Theatre for Young People presents
RUMPELSTILTSKIN adapted by Wendy Blaxland, suitable for 3 to 10 year olds.
Who would believe you can spin straw into gold? A greedy King certainly does, after a miller tells a little white lie about his daughter, Ruby’s extraordinary talent. Up until then Ruby, was only just making ends meet running the mill with her friend Cheezwit the Mouse. Suddenly she is expected to perform miracles.
And she does. Three times Ruby is shown into a room filled with straw and three times the King finds the room full of gold the next morning. How does she do it? In Wendy Blaxland’s delightful adaptation this classic tale is filled with lots of fascinating characters who are vain, greedy, mysterious and wise.
When: 21 September – 23 November 2013
Showtimes: Saturdays 10.30am & 1pm
School Holidays 23 September – 4 October Weekdays 10.30am & 1pm
Birthday parties: Birthday parties after Saturday 1pm shows hosted by the cast. $27 p.h.
includes the show, party food, games and a present for the birthday child
Where: Marian Street Theatre, 2 Marian Street, Killara
Prices: Children $18, Adults $22, Families of four $68; Groups 15 or more $15 p.h.
Bookings: 1300 306 776 or here.
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