People indigenous to Borneo are deeply connected to nature and the animals that thrive in those dense jungles. Among their favourites is the orang-utan, a species of shy but close-knit primates.
Join storyteller and founder-director of ACT 3 Theatrics R. Chandran as he traces the life of an orphaned orang-utan who finds the going tough after being adopted by a troop of monkeys.
Session 1: 2.30–3.15pm
Session 2: 3.30–4.15pm
Suitable for Ages 4 and above.
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Register at the Keppel Centre for Art Education Family Reception from 10am on the day of the programme.
Stories in Art: Orang-utan is not a Monkey
Start date: 15/9/19 14:30
End date: 15/9/19 16:15