Presented by I Theatre, the streamlined fourth season of ACE! (Arts and Creativity for Everyone) Festival celebrates, promotes and inspires creativity in children aged 3 to 14 and their families. Audiences can catch the premiere of two children’s theatre productions, as well as art and craft workshops for schools and free storytelling sessions organised as part of ACE! 2013 Festival Lite.
Two well-loved children’s classics, The Enormous Turnip and The Magic Porridge Pot, come to life at ACE! 2013 Festival Lite at Alliance Française Theatre from 20 May to 8 June 2013.
With two productions running in the same theatre concurrently, I Theatre will be skillfully toggling between the sets for The Enormous Turnip and The Magic Porridge Pot daily and shared some insights into how they will be magically transforming the sets with Little Day Out.
The Enormous Turnip
The Enormous Turnip tells the tale of Little Eek the Mouse who dreams of being noticed and Diggory the Gardener who finds an Enormous Turnip growing in his garden. Fast-paced and colourful, it promises to be an interactive experience for younger audiences with fun and memorable songs.
The Magic Porridge Pot
“Cook, little pot, cook!” These four words by a helpful little girl who dreams of helping her fellow poor villagers brings the Magic Porridge Pot to life. Find out what happens next in this exciting and energetic show which combines puppetry with real actors. Expect a strong interactive element that will appeal to young children and a plot full of surprises.
Have Hands-on Fun with The Enormous Turnip and The Magic Porridge Pot!
Now, you can get in on the action too.
Download the The Enormous Turnip activity sheets and The Magic Porridge Pot activity sheets and engage in meaningful and fun activities based on the story of The Enormous Turnip and The Magic Porridge Pot with your kids. There are word games, colouring sheets and other fun crafts that parents can do together with their children.
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ACE! 2013 Festival Lite
Written and directed by Brian Seward
Music composed and arranged by Julian Wong
Duration: 55 minutes with no interval
Venue: The Alliance Française Theatre, 1 Sarkies Road, Singapore 258130 www.acefestival.org
Buy your tickets online at SISTIC, call SISTIC Hotline (65) 6348 5555 or through SISTIC Authorised Agents islandwide.
More Activity Sheets for Kids
Download more activity sheets from I Theatre’s previous production of 2013 – The Little Red Hen too.
For even more fun activity sheets, visit Little Day Out Shop now!