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A Wonderland of Toys
All the toys in A WONDERLAND OF TOYS have lost their MAGIC and they need your HELP to bring them back to life. All you need is your imagination and the power of belief and you might just see the tin soldiers marching, dolls talking, cars zipping and many others move again!
Once again, the beautiful ION Art Gallery will be decked out in a mishmash of colour and excitement as you build the moment with imaginative creativity and have amazing fun!
Specially catered for children aged 4 to 8, this experiential and immersive event will kick off with a fun and engaging theatrical performance as you meet Tina the Toy Maker and her assistants. After that, your child will participate and enjoy being a part of not one, but three fun workshops – a drama workshop where the children will learn how to use their bodies to move as the different toys found in the toy shop, a visual arts workshop where they will learn how to make their own toy costumes, and a singing and dancing workshop where they will memorise a charming number.
Not to worry, we won’t forget you. Because, at the end, you will be treated to a lovely parade of marching and performing toy-children as they take you around their incredible wonderland. Last but not least, sit back, relax and be surprised as the children let their confident stars shine as they perform their song and dance number for you!
For 4 to 8 years old.
This is a drop-off workshop. Children need to be dressed comfortably.
Parents are welcome to come back and join the children in their parade and performance for the last 25 minutes of the session.
ION Art Gallery, Level 4 ION Orchard
10.00 am to 12.30 pm
3.00 pm to 5.30 pm
May 27 to June 4, 2017
Book online, in person or call 6735 9986
Call ACT 3 Drama Academy at 6735 9986 for registration.
|15%||– For students currently with ACT 3 Drama Academy
– Have registered for Mid Year Theatre Fun 2017
– Have attended SWEET! in 2016
|10%||if you register 2 children or more|
|Only 1 discount applies and discounts cannot be used concurrently|