Question: What does it take to support the arts?
Answer: Just a ticket.
Theatre For All
I Theatre’s Theatre For All Fund was set up in 2008 to bring the arts to underprivileged children. The fund provides the opportunity for these children to experience the arts by covering the cost for their tickets.
Past beneficiaries have included groups like AWWA Educational Services, Beyond Social Serivces, Rainbow Centre and Tanjong Pagar Family Service Centre.
To support the Theatre For All Fund, Little Day Out has committed to donate part of the proceeds of the sales of the Theatre for All Activity Book (Volume 1) in 2016 to the Theatre For All Fund.
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What is the Theatre For All Activity Book?
Since 2013, Little Day Out worked with I Theatre to bring theatre stories to life through activity sheets based on I Theatre’s family-friendly theatre productions. These activity sheets have been themed after shows such as Aesop Fables, Hey Little Mousedeer, Puss in Boots and The Little Red Hen.
The Theatre For All Activity Book is a downloadable activity book containing 65 of these activity sheets including mazes, spot-the-difference puzzles, colouring sheets, paper crafts and many more.
Little Star – Special Giveaway
In conjunction with I Theatre’s latest production, Little Star, we have five pairs of tickets (at a value of $64.00 per pair) to the show to give away.
With each purchase of the Theatre For All Activity Book from the Little Day Out Shop between 4 and 14 August 2016, the buyer of the downloadable book will receive one chance to win a pair of tickets to Little Star on 27 August 2016, 2.30 pm at the Alliance Francaise Theatre.
The five winners will be announced after 14 August 2016.
Congratulations to the winners!
1. Ng Yifang
2. Angie Chen
3. Bek Hong Kiang
4. Carolyn Chiam
5. Muni Zul
They have each won a pair of tickets to Little Star!