In April we present our popular Theatre Workshops alongside Tim Bray Productions’ newest show Puff the Magic Dragon based on the song by Leonard Lipton and Peter Yarrow, adapted for the stage by Tim Bray.
“You didn’t tell me it would be entertaining mum, and it was, it was so entertaining, they entertained us every hour!” James 7yrs, April 2016
Your children will also have a photo opportunity with the cast and crew and receive a copy of our official poster, signed by our cast, to take home as a memento.
Our popular workshops include a ticket to see Puff the Magic Dragon at the PumpHouse Theatre and a chance to tour backstage and meet the cast.
“Thank you again for a lovely day for Piper, she loved it, and seeing what really happens for actors and the team behind the scenes was wonderful for her”. Debbie, April 2016
* Theatre Workshops (see below for details) Dates:
Wednesday 19 April - Sorry, fully booked
Thursday 20 April – Book Now
Wednesday 26th April – Book Now
Thursday 27th April – Book Now
We are accepting our online bookings using Enrolmy.com platform and you can pay by a credit card or online.
Option 1: Cost: $55.00 (Half-day) 9am – 12.30pm º(see below for early drop offs and late pick ups)
Option 2: Cost: $75.00 (Full-day) 9am – 3pm º(see below for early drop offs and late pick ups)
We offer full and half-day theatre workshop – activities include drama games, a backstage tour of a working theatre and hands-on workshops geared around the show. Plus tickets to see Puff the Magic Dragon by Tim Bray live on stage.
Instructors: Tutors from Tim Bray Productions’ creative team.
Venue: The PumpHouse Theatre, Takapuna.
Theatre Workshops (show included): Phone: 09 486-2261 // Online Enrolments via Enrolmy.com - Click here to book online now.
º Early drop offs and late pick ups (half an hour max) are available for an extra fee of $10 for each half hour. Please discuss your option when booking.
Photos from Badjelly the Witch July Theatre Workshop 2016. Photos by David Rowland. One-Image.com
“Mrs Wishy-Washy is more than just a comfortable hour long dalliance in the theatre. It is a fine addition to the children theatre…”