iTheatre presents “Poultry Tales”

Poultry TalesIt’s the Year of the Rooster, so it’s only appropriate that poultry takes centre stage. In “Poultry Tales“, you will meet three famous feathered friends:

  • The Goose That Laid the Golden Eggs, and her greedy owner;
  • The Little Red Hen, with bread to bake, but lazy friends; and
  • Chicken-Licken – with that scary acorn!

The talkative trio will sing, dance, show and tell you their tales – and don’t be surprised if they share some valuable wisdom and backstage secrets on the way.

This interactive musical production is presented in quite an unusual way to allow you to look at the world of the Theatre Stage from the inside out. The wild and wacky characters and well-known folk tales are presented in fun ways to help you understand both the themes and morals. Along the way, you will also discover valuable secrets of how a Musical is made!

Date: 27 April to 14 May 2017
Time: 9.15am and 11.30am (weekdays) / 10.30am and 2pm (weekends and school holidays)
Venue: Drama Centre Theatre, Level 3 National Library Building, 100 Victoria Street, Singapore 188064
Tickets (excluding SISTIC fees): S$32 (Adult/Child), S$121.60 (Family Package – 4 persons), S$140.80 (Big Family Package – 5 persons). Various discounts available.
Note: This 55-minute performance is most suitable for children who are three years old and above. All children (including babies in arms) require a valid ticket to enter the theatre.

You may purchase your tickets through www.sistic.com.sg.

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