Anything is Possible With Cosentino
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Anything is Possible With Cosentino

We are suckers for magic shows. We love the illusions of the acts and the mind-boggling questions of HOW did he do that? The first magic performance we caught was Joe Labero from Las Vegas (USA) when he performed in Singapore. That was two years ago. Since then, my son has developed an interest in…

The Three Little Pigs Who Stole Our Hearts
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The Three Little Pigs Who Stole Our Hearts

Do your kids have a favourite bedtime story that they can’t get enough of? My kids sure did. Oink! Oink! Can you guess what it is? The Three Little Pigs is the most requested story when they were much younger. It is so fun to read that I don’t mind reading it over and over again, especially…

The Three Little Pigs
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The Three Little Pigs

Singapore Repertory Theatre’s The Little Company proudly presents an endearing tale that will huff, puff, and blows you away! “With The Three Little Pigs (whom we have named Cha, Siu, and Bao!) most children will know the basic story, so our job was to reinvent it in a theatrical way with hummable, memorable songs and…

Review of 三只山羊 (Three Billy Goats Gruff In Mandarin)
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Review of 三只山羊 (Three Billy Goats Gruff In Mandarin)

We all know that Mandarin is a tough language to master. Ask any Mandarin teachers how we can go about advancing in this language and they will tell you to LISTEN, READ and WATCH anything in Mandarin. One of our favorite activities to boost the language is to watch plays in Mandarin. We particularly like…

Giveaway — Tickets To The 3 Billy Goats Gruff in Mandarin
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Giveaway — Tickets To The 3 Billy Goats Gruff in Mandarin

Having had a successful run with the production of The Three Billy Goats Gruff in 2015, The Little Company (TLC) is bringing back this popular folklore to the Singapore audience in February this year. This time, the entertaining musical will be staged in the Mandarin version! Read our review of the English version HERE. The Three Billy…

Giveaway: Tickets For A Family of Four To “Dear Santa”
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Giveaway: Tickets For A Family of Four To “Dear Santa”

You better watch out. You better not cry. Better not pout. I’m telling you why… Santa Claus is coming to town! We are joyfully kick-starting the Christmas Holiday Season with a GIVEAWAY Promotion to this delightful family show – Dear Santa!  Based on the book by Rod Campbell, Dear Santa is the most popular UK touring…

Plays For Kids: Treasure Island Review — A Tale of Real Treasure
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Plays For Kids: Treasure Island Review — A Tale of Real Treasure

If you have time to catch only one play this year-end school holidays, Go watch Treasure Island Musical. It is AWESOME!!! We love the productions by The Little Company (TLC) for many reasons — the ornate costumes, the clever switches between backdrops, the wonderful music, the energetic performances by its actors and actresses, as well as…

Plays For Kids: Three Billy Goats Gruff Review
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Plays For Kids: Three Billy Goats Gruff Review

Is the grass always greener on the other side of the fence? What would you risk to get to the other side? Is it going to be a fulfilling reward or a complete disaster? These are the questions asked in this well-loved story of the Three Billy Goats Gruff performed superbly by the cast of…

Plays For Kids: Goldilocks and the Three Bears in Mandarin
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Plays For Kids: Goldilocks and the Three Bears in Mandarin

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. This is a MUST-WATCH play for you and your little ones.  Even though their mother is of Chinese origin, the Mandarin language is one subject that my kids struggle with the most. So anything that exposes them to the language is worth a shot in my books. Today we are watching the classic…

Plays For Kids: A Guide To KidsFest 2015
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Plays For Kids: A Guide To KidsFest 2015

I have always liked KidsFest because they expose us (kids and adults) to some plays that are not as well known in Asia. For example, The Tiger Who Came To Tea, which I had the good fortune to catch a couple of years ago was a story that my daughter and I had not read…