Auckland’s leading theatre for children

Tim Bray Productions – Auckland’s leading theatre for children – presents

We’re Going on a Bear Hunt by MICHAEL ROSEN, adapted for the stage by TIM BRAY

Age: 3 - 8

Gala:

Saturday 29 June– Saturday 29 June
5pm

Term Time:

Monday 01 July– Friday 05 July
10.30am and 1pm daily

School Holidays:

Saturday 06 July– Saturday 20 July
10.30am and 2pm

Ticket Prices for Public
Schools From $12.00
General From $22.00
Groups From $18.50
Family Pass From $83.00
Gala Opening $30.00
Early Bird From $17.50

About the Show

For brave hunters and bear-lovers, the classic chant-aloud by Michael Rosen and Helen Oxenbury.

Follow and join in the family’s excitement as they wade through the grass, splash through the river and squelch through the mud in search of a bear. What a surprise awaits them in the cave on the other side of the dark forest!

Costume Parade (Gala and School Holiday Season only): Encourage your children to dress up as their favourite character from We’re Going on a Bear Hunt for the onstage Costume Parade just prior to the start of the show.

Gift a Seat

While you make your booking you may like to donate to our Gift a Seat programme. This allows Tim Bray Productions to offer a free seat to a child from a low decile school, Kelston Deaf Education Centre, BLENNZ (Blind and Low Vision Education Network of NZ) or Make-A-Wish (NZ).

Gift a Seat – Where you can make a difference to children by letting them experience the joys of live theatre.

Illustrations © Helen Oxenbury
WE’RE GOING ON A BEAR HUNT by Michael Rosen and Illustrated by Helen Oxenbury
Reproduced by permission of Walker Books Ltd

Come and join us on Saturday the 29th of June at 5pm for our special Gala Performance, including a costume parade, prize giveaways, and drinks and nibbles afterwards.

KINDERGARTENS & EARLY EDUCATION GROUPS SPECIAL RATE OF $12 PER TICKET FOR GROUP OF 50+ AND $13.50 FOR GROUP OF 20-49. (ADULT AND CHILD PRICE IS THE SAME)

Home Schools groups and public are also welcome

EDUCATIONAL GROUPS for more info and bookings click here or email to info@pumphouse. co.nz (NB: A PumpHouse Theatre $5 booking fee applies for online purchases. A $20 booking fee applies for all bookings where payment by invoice is required)

Free Teachers’ Resource Guide packed with cross-curricula classroom activities to do before and after your visit to the show

Enhance your class or school’s visit to the show with a Theatre Workshop. Now available with drama, literature and art activities, Q & A with Tim Bray (diary permitting) and cast, and a backstage tour.

To make a booking for an Educational or Home School group BOOK ONLINE or phone (09)-489-8360 to book.

To make a public booking BOOK ONLINE or phone (09)-489-8360.

Costume Parade (Gala and School Holiday Season only)
Encourage your children to dress up as their favourite character from We’re Going on a Bear Hunt for the onstage Costume Parade just prior to the start of the show!

Gift a Seat
While you make your booking you may like to donate to our Gift a Seat programme. This allows Tim Bray Productions to offer a free seat to a child from a low decile school, Kelston Deaf Education Centre, BLENNZ (Blind and Low Vision Education Network of NZ) or Make-A-Wish (NZ). Gift a Seat – Where you can make a difference to children by letting them experience the joys of live theatre.

Early-bird Tickets: The first two days of the School Holiday season, April 13th and 15th have fantastic early-bird discounts so you can enjoy the show at an even lower cost!

Theatre Workshops: We now offer fun and hands-on workshops for children at the theatre which are anchored around the performance. Half-day and full-day workshops available during school holidays. Example of activities include literature workshops, drama activities, backstage tours, Q & A’s with cast.

For Theatre Workshop bookings and more info phone: (09)-486-2261 or email: youth.theatre@tbp.org.nz

BOOK ONLINE or phone (09)-489-8360 to book.

For bookings or ticketing enquiries please call Phone: (09) 489 83 60

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