The Selfish CrocodileOctober 6, 2011 0 By melakatour
October 5, 2011 during 12:00 pm
It is time once again to accommodate some of a timberland friends from a renouned children’s book by author Faustin Charles and Michael Terry. Come and see a characters from a story come to life in this pleasant theatre instrumentation by UK’s Blunderbus Theatre Company.
The story is about a greedy crocodile refuses to let any of a other animals to wash or splash from a river. One day, all a animals in a jungle hear a terrible sound, as if someone was in a lot of pain. Upon investigation, a animals found out that it was a crocodile who done a sound. None of a animals wanted to go nearby a crocodile to help, solely for one small mouse. This small rodent went into a large crocodile’s mouth to see what was causing a pain and finds that it is a damaged tooth. After a rodent came out with a tooth, a crocodile was no longer in pain. He thanked a rodent for a assistance and in spin let all a animals come to wash and splash from a river.
This story will see a talents of Jeanette Susan Longworth, Simon James Sanchez and Sophie Roch and a horde of papier-mache puppets. The story teaches certain messages like honesty, care and many of all, a significance of friendship. It also reminds a children that sometimes, a smallest acts of affability are a ones that mostly have a biggest impact. Though a story is created for children between a ages of 4 – 7, it will not come as a warn if a adults find it entirely interesting too! The uncover is scheduled to perform from 4th compartment 22nd Oct 2011 during PJ Live Arts. Show times are as follows:
Tuesdays to Fridays during 10.00 am
Saturdays during 11.00 am, 2.00 pm and 5.00 pm
Sundays during 2.00 pm and 5.00 pm
Tickets are labelled during RM 48/ RM 58/ RM 68 and RM 78. There is a RM 3 bonus for all tickets purchased online. Please record on to www.tix.my to squeeze tickets online or call 012 2690375 for some-more details.
Photo (c) The Blunderbus Theatre Company