Winnie the Pooh ProductionMarch 10, 2008
Glyn Robbins is set to produce Winnie the Pooh where audiences can expect a thrilling experience brought about by fun loving forest animals that provides entertainment for the entire family.
The adventures of Winnie the Pooh began as bed-time stories for a little boy, something that is hard to believe. At first, the Pooh Bear was a birthday gift that A. Milne gave her son Christopher Robin in the year 1921. But the scenario is completely different today; today Pooh Bear is what innumerable children have grown up seeing and his friends like Owl, Tigger, Piglet, Kanga and Eeyore have become household names.
Do join the drama students of TUT as they attempt to bring to you an enchanting experience and will be unforgettable. The occasion is that they are celebrating the birthday of Pooh. The entire show is sans interval and carries on for nearly 70 minutes.
The show shall run from March 13th to March 19th, on weekdays at 09:00 and 11:00 while on Saturday at 10:00 and 12:00. On Saturday there will be an non-compulsory Winnie the Pooh forest animals face painting.
Ticket rates are: For group bookings of 10 kids or more R20 per child, plus each child gets a popcorn packet at the conclusion of the show. There is free admission for teachers accompanying learners. For adults tickets are priced at R35 (popcorn included) and R25 per child (Popcorn at the end of the show). Face painting takes place on Saturday before the show begins, cost R15.
For more information and to place ticket orders you can contact Carmen Kershof at 012 440 4834 or fax 012 341 3571.