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Monday, January 5, 2015

Giveaway: A Pair of Tickets to I Theatre's "Aesop's Fables"




One of our favourite local theatre production companies, I Theatre, is gearing up for another year of quality children's theatre! We are looking forward to their unique take on Aesop's Fables from 26 February to 21 March 2015, as well as The Gingerbread Man from 20 May to 7 June 2015.

We have loved their combination of silly yet endearing characters and enchanting songs in their past productions, always with a plot and script which serve to entertain not just the littlies, but the parents as well, and are looking forward to what they have to offer in Aesop's Fables, previously produced in 2009 to a sell-out audience.

I Theatre has also been experimenting with some black light theatre and puppetry in their 2014 productions, and this production promises more of these new techniques as it showcases the more popular fables like The Lion and the Mouse, as well as the lesser known stories like The Jay and the Peacock.

Aesop's Fables promises to entertain with a bunch of scruffy creatures and the simple tales which will tell of the greater wisdoms in life.

Parenting on Purpose is proud to be partnering with I Theatre for this giveaway of a pair of tickets to Aesop's Fables on 28 February, 2015 at 2.30 pm. 

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11 comments:

  1. Shared on Facebook.

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  2. I like the Boy Who Cried Wolf best. It is a timeless classic and a great story for teaching kids about the possible consequence of lying.

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  3. Shared on my Facebook.

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  4. I enjoy reading the Hare and the Tortoise. It's a story I grew up with. A reminder myself that pride comes before a fall. Never be complacent.

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  5. shared. i love the ant and the grass hopper

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  6. my kids and I like The Lion and the Mouse because we can interpret a few meanings from it - like someone small can be useful, knowing to repay kindness etc.

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  7. The boy who cried wolf. A story that I've been reading to all my 4 children and the most memorable one too.

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  8. The ox and the frog. Because we should think of others before we act.

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  9. THE UGLY DUCKLING
    one should not feel inferior to others
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    cherilyn

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