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Air Play by Imaginique Children's F...
New York’s Air Play merges circus and street theatre performance art with sculptural artistry.Air Play is a circus-style adventure of two siblings journeying through a surreal world, transforming ordinary objects into uncommon beauty. Fabrics dance in the wind, balloons have a mind of their own, confetti turns into the night sky and an enormous canopy of hovering silk forever alters their future.Ride the wind and dream with Air Play, a modern spectacle that brings to life the very air we breathe. Flying umbrellas, larger-than-life balloons, giant kites floating over the audience, and the biggest snow globe you’ve ever seen will make you gasp in wonder and laugh until it hurts.Quote: “Bringing to life the air we breathe; Air Play is a visual poem. A non-verbal show that manipulates physical movement to create imagery and meaning.”Click here to find out more about the programme.
Always Question. Always WonderJoin us for a brand-new theatre experience by Singapore Repertory Theatre, where audiences roam KidsSTOP™ at Science Centre Singapore, to be immersed in unforgettable STEM learning experience.Madame Curie, the KidsSTOP™ Cat, has been 'catnapped' by the grouchy inventor Dr FeelBad, whose mission is to make everyone feel bad, always. Recruited by the familiar KidsSTOP™ mascots, Jo and Win, join the adventure, spurred on by Madame Curie’s advice to "Always question. Always wonder”. Venturing by rocket, train and even dinosaur, they set on a rescue mission to bring Madame Curie home and get to the bottom of why Dr FeelBad feels so bad. Audiences are immersed in this performance by wearing headsets as they walk about from scene to scene guided by actors. Experience a story that helps children (and adults) understand emotions and get hands on with science experiments in the Splashes of Emotions workshop which takes place after the performance. The workshop explores different mystery liquids and colours and the emotions they represent.
Concerts for Children: Emily Saves ...
A clever 10-year-old needs the audience to help outsmart the horrible monster, Cacopholous, who is scheming to silence music forever. In this mesmerising children's concert, drama, dance, dazzling masks and costumes are woven together with orchestral music in a story about bravery and hope. Audiences across the globe have fallen in love with this production which features excerpts from some of history's most beloved pieces, including Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, The Nutcracker and the William Tell Overture.Joshua Tan, conductorPlatypus TheatreYou may also like:Peter and the Wolf in HollywoodJourney Around the WorldVCHpresents Organ: The Composer and the Mouse
Concerts for Children: Journey Arou...
Join conductor and host Jessica Gethin on a Journey Around the World with the orchestra. As the audience, you will explore soundscapes of music from across the globe. Who knows what will come first! This interactive show celebrates the beauty of cultural diversity, uniting people through the language of music.Jessica Gethin, conductorYou may also like:Peter and the Wolf in HollywoodEmily Saves the Orchestra
Dance Appreciation Series 2019 Int...
An exciting and educational ballet series created just for children!As a lead up to Singapore Dance Theatre’s 2019 year-end production of Swan Lake, we have condensed this classic ballet into an hour-long special for young audiences!Don’t miss this enchanting and romantic ballet that is a sensational, timeless classic. Swan Lake beckons you into a realm of secrecy and seduction. Captivating you from the moment the curtains are lifted, this is a bewitching story of undying love, a cruel twist of fate, and the promise of devotion.Told through narration and dance excerpts, Introduction to Swan Lake is a ballet for the young ones. Join us and learn more about the enthralling world of dance and ballet. There will also be a meet-and greet-session with the cast after the performance, so come dressed in your favourite costumes!
Here I am - Self Portrait created b...
A visual arts workshop where children will create their own self-portrait to be digitised and hung as part of a growing exhibition demonstrating the complexity of children’s self-expression and cultural plurality. This workshop extends themes of self-reflection, diversity, multiplicity and community as well as building fundamental skills in self-portraiture and watercolors.The large scale growing installation develops each day with the artworks of the previous day. The concept of this artwork shows the diversity of faces in our community as well as the perspective of each child artist and how they see themselves.This workshop was created by QPAC’s Out of the Box Festival in Brisbane.In this hands-on workshop, children paint their own self portrait. In doing so, they're asked to reflect on questions like: How do I want to be seen in the world? How is my face a reflection of who I am? How do I feel?Here I Am celebrates the wonderful diversity in our society and at the same time, explores each individual in their own right. We all may have different eyes, hair and skin, but we play the same, smile the same and laugh the same.Here I Am invites us to consider that the way our children perceive themselves may be very different to how we see them from the outside.This workshop was created by QPAC’s Out of the Box Festival in Brisbane.Click here to find out more about the programme.
KidsFest 2020: Mr Men and Little Mi...
For the very first time, join your favourite Mr. Men and Little Miss characters as they leap off the page and onto the stage – as puppets - in this beautifully crafted and hilarious live stage show!For almost 50 years, Mr. Men and Little Misses have brought joy to millions of children all over the world through self-expression, colour, simplicity and humour.Featuring Mr Bump, Little Miss Sunshine, Mr Tickle, Little Miss Inventor and many more, Happyland bursts to life in a series of hilarious and colourful stories told through puppetry and music.
KidsFest 2020: Stick Man
Scamp Theatre’s delightful adaptation of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s hugely popular children’s book Stick Man is back by popular demand! Touching, funny and utterly original, this award-winning production features a trio of top actors and is packed full of puppetry, song, live music and funky moves.“Stick Man lives in the family treeWith his Sticky Lady Loveand their stick children three…”But the world outside the family tree is dangerous place for Stick Man. A dog wants to play fetch with him, a swan builds a nest with him and he even ends up on a fire!How will Stick Man ever get back to the family tree?Guarantees more fun than you can shake a stick at!
KidsFest 2020: The Gruffalo
Join Mouse on a daring adventure through the deep, dark wood in Tall Stories’ magical, musical adaptation of the classic picture book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.Searching for hazelnuts, Mouse meets the cunning Fox, the eccentric old Owl and the high-spirited Snake. Will the story of the terrifying Gruffalo save Mouse from ending up as dinner for these hungry woodland creatures? After all, there’s no such thing as a Gruffalo – is there?Songs, laughs and monstrous fun for children aged 3 and up and their grown-ups, in the much-loved show that’s toured Britain and the world!
KidsFest 2020: The Gruffalo's Child
Follow the Gruffalo’s Child on her adventurous mission in Tall Stories’ enchanting adaptation of the much-loved picture book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.One wild and windy night the Gruffalo’s Child ignores her father’s warnings about the Big Bad Mouse and tiptoes out into the deep dark wood. She follows snowy tracks and encounters mysterious creatures – but the Big Bad Mouse doesn’t really exist... does he?Let your imagination run wild with songs, laughs and scary fun for everyone aged 3 to 103.
Little Music Explorer
“Come, be a Little Music Explorer for a day and join us on a musical journey as the MacPherson Philharmonic Orchestra (MPPO) takes you on an adventure of explorations.Ever wonder what instruments make up the orchestra? Ever thought about how music make us feel happy, excited, or even sad? Let our Captain bring you on an adventure to explore these instruments! Be enchanted by the melodious strings, captivated by the beautiful sound of the woodwinds, feel the pulses from the percussions and let the brasses welcome you with a fanfare!Who knows we might be able to catch a Pikachu and invite him conduct the orchestra!Get your gears ready! We are setting off on Sunday, 13 October 2019, so get your tickets today!”
Loo by Imaginique Children's Festiv...
Loo is a hot, dry wind from Asia that comes alive on summer afternoons. The show is a poetic exploration of the changes this wind can cause: moving the desert sand dunes, drying up wetlands and jungles, leaving ships buried in sandy oceans, unable to sail.Set around the bow of a sunken boat in a sea of sand, the show uses evocative music, buried objects and stunning visual effects, to give its audience a first-hand experience of the destructive effect of this wind… and a chance to understand how and why the Loo blowsQuote: ‘A spectacle without words, minimalist, poetic and of extraordinary beauty.’ by Reccomana.cat on ArticaClick here to find out more about the programme.
Octoburst! 2019 A Ladder to the S...
Way up in the deep blue night sky, a twinkling star hears a little girl's birthday wish . . . she wishes she could dance with the stars. Wanting to make this wish come true, the star tells the moon, the moon tells the sun, the sun tells the wind and the rain, and together they dream up a wonderful plan. Told through a magical mix of music, light and imagination, this is a heartfelt and humorous story of what can happen when the universe hears your dreams. "Expertly choreographed and eloquently told." - Press & Journal "A gift of a show for wee ones." - The Herald "Magical, engaging with plenty of laughs." - The Evening TimesCreative CreditsDougie Irvine - DirectorBecky Minto - Set DesignDaniel Padden - Sound DesignGrahame Gardner - Lighting DesignAmy Mcgregor - PerformerRick Conte - PerformerCamilla O’Neill - Stage and Production ManagerA Ladder to the Stars was written by Simon Puttock and adapted for the stage by Dougie Irvine.A Ladder to the Stars was originally produced by Visible Fictions and Aberdeen Performing Arts. About Visible FictionsVisible Fictions have been producing creative experiences for young people since 1991. They are award winners, recognised both nationally and internationally as leaders this field. The company have toured work all over the world from the Sydney Opera House to Broadway. They believe theatre can happen anywhere and as a result have performed work on bikes, in schools, on boats and in parks, always aiming to challenge and excite young audiences and the communities in which they live.Visible Fictions move with the times and are always looking to develop their audiences. Because of this they have a healthy online following and produce work especially for this audience. The company are committed to making accessible work, ensuring that all members of the community can take part in the art they create.
Octoburst! 2019 Cerita Anak (Chil...
Cerita Anak (Child's Story) takes children and their adults on a sea journey never to be forgotten. Climb aboard and be rocked and rolled across a strange ocean, dive to the bottom of the sea, hear stories in the wind and in the currents of the water, and face great danger before coming to safe harbour.Cerita Anak (Child's Story) draws its inspiration from the seafaring history in Java and the true tale of arrival in Australia told by a small boy. Combining puppetry, song, shadow imagery and sound, the show bustles with all the life of the ocean. Audience members, both young and old, will be transported by this exquisite adventure, created by Australia’s Polyglot Theatre and Indonesia’s Papermoon Puppet Theatre.TWO DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES FOR THE AUDIENCECerita Anak (Child's Story) is designed for children and their adults.This unique work offers an audience experience from two perspectives:The inner audience (Passenger) is made up of child and adult pairs who enter the boat as passengers and fully participate in the work. The outer audience (Villager) is made up of other family members and older children. They are seated in a typical theatre seating arrangement and watch the work as a piece of theatre.These two perspectives offer very different understandings of the work.The Passenger is immersed in the story and goes through a sensory and physical experience of the journey. The Villager has an experience that is more meditative, with the ability to see the bigger picture and to see the story unfold from the outside. CreditsEsplanade presents Cerita Anak (Child's Story) by Polyglot Theatre and Papermoon Puppet Theatre. This tour is supported by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.Polyglot Theatre is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body, the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria and the City of Melbourne.
Octoburst! 2019 Tailor Made by ...
On a morning just like any other, a little tailor gets a note. It reads: “Your mission is to sew a coat by midnight. The size does not matter, but it must fit perfectly…”At precisely midnight the tailor completes his mission, but then…Where is the sewing machine running off to? Why are the scissors wearing a skirt? What has the thimble turned into?Come join in the magical adventure of the tailor.A play with minimal dialogue, puppetry, unexpected objects, colourful textiles and music.Awards* Interdisciplinary Play of the Year and Puppet & Prop Design Award in the AssitejIsrael prize competition for children’s theater 2014* Best performance for children, The IVth World Puppet Carnival, Almaty, Kazakhstan 2015Creative TeamCreated by Ornan BraierAdaptation, design, music and manipulation: Ornan BraierArtistic supervision: Marit Ben-IsraelCostume and fabric design: Vali MintziPuppet design: Sharon Silver-MerrettLighting design: Shahar MaromMechanical constructions: Shaul Mograbi-Berger, Ornan BraierCover Illustration: Batia KoltonSupported by the Embassy of Israel in Singapore.
“Sheer theatrical magic. Go see The Snowman and melt!”The TimesWhen a young boy’s snowman comes to life on Christmas Eve, the two set off on a night-time quest for adventure. They meet Father Christmas, dancing penguins, reindeer and crowds of The Snowman’s friends, but will they escape evil Jack Frost and get back home for Christmas morning?Based on Raymond Brigg’s much-loved book and featuring Howard Blake's classic song Walking in the Air, this enchanting live show has thrilled audiences throughout the world since first appearing on stage over twenty years ago. Be a part of the magic.
Toddler's Room by Imaginique Childr...
There’s charm, too, in Toddler Room, a beautifully gentle, enchantingly designed dance piece for babies and toddlers by Dybwikdans of Norway. The show is presented in a lovely, little white pod in which dancer Marie Ronold Mathisen interacts wordlessly with her very young audience using nicely choreographed movement, big red balloons and a large, but appealingly benign, bird puppet.This beautiful piece of mini dance theatre has been created by choreographer Siri Dybwik to appeal to our youngest audiences.Set inside a white dome the children and their carers will immediately become involved in a play without words where gorgeous sculptural objects, sounds, and beautiful costumes are the stimulus for a truly magical experience.Quote: “Toddler Room is a tent of small wonders and special discoveries”Click here to find out more about the programme.
VCHpresents Organ: The Composer and...
In this animated double-bill, the evergreen children’s classic, The Carnival of the Animals, is paired with The Composer and the Mouse, created by Tom Scott. The latter tells the story of a talented yet hapless composer who finds his own musical style with the help of a mouse. A fun introduction to classical music combining film and original music for organ and piano, performed live by the Scott Brothers Duo.Fringe Activities:Learn more about the pipe organ at the Concert Hall foyer on Level 2 from 3pm - 4pm and 5pm - 6pm. Open to members of public.This concert is recommended for ages 4 and above.Tom Scott, piano and animatorJonathan Scott, organMOZART Overture to The Magic FluteTOM SCOTT The Composer and The MouseGRIEG In The Hall Of The Mountain King from Peer GyntSAINT-SAËNS The Carnival of the Animals
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