ACE! Festival was conceived in 2009 with the aim of celebrating, promoting, inspiring and stimulating creativity and artistry in families with children ages 2 to 18, based on I Theatre’s vision to provide a platform for local and international artists to showcase and share their creativity right here in Singapore.
This year, in line with the theme Long Ago and Far Away, it’s a festival of enchanting stories, limitless adventures and magic for all ages. Let your imagination soar as you embark on the five original festival highlights – Puss in Boots, Spot the Difference, Starbird, Under the Dragon Moon and Dotty the Dragon.
Dotty is a baby fire dragon. She lives at the top of a mountain with her grumpy dad, Mr Dragon.
In the village below, everyone fears for their lives, for dragons eat children! Or so they believe. But, Dotty would never eat children! Not ever…
Instead, she loves to gaze down and watch the children playing in the orchard, – and one day, she decides to pay them a surprise visit. After all, everyone loves surprises, – don’t they?
Blunderbus is proud to present this enchanting fairytale adventure with a very happy ending. This clever new show comes to life with an irresistible blend of live music, fabulous puppets and high-energy storytelling.
Dotty the Dragon
Dates: 3 June to 8 June 2014
Venue: Drama Centre Theatre
Recommended for: 3 to 12 years of age and families
Duration: 55 minutes
Click to buy tickets on SISTIC.
Specially for my readers, I Theatre is kindly giving TWO sets of FOUR tickets to two lucky winners to Dotty the Dragon (Blunderbus Theatre Company, UK), on 7 JUNE, 4pm.
As usual, taking part is easy. Simply fill in the Rafflecopter widget below. You can win by simply leaving a comment on this blog post and remembering to click ‘I Commented’ in the Rafflecopter widget to qualify. The rest of the options are optional, but would render you more chances to win!
Tickets are to be collected by 27 May 2014 at the I Theatre office, 27 Kerbau Road from Mon-Fri, 10am – 6.30pm, closed on weekends and public holidays.
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