National Children’s Theatre (NCT) in association with Petrus Productions presents King Karel Tortoise, written and directed by Swannie Swanevelder.
Exciting puppet show for little ones at National Children’s Theatre in the Wynnstay Theatre
Ever wondered why a tortoise shell is made up of blocks? This story reveals the secret! Karel Tortoise does not want to roll around in the mud like his friends. He feels he is more special than all the other animals around him… with consequences!
An interactive puppet show on why the tortoise’s shell looks like it does today.
When: Saturday 09 and Saturday 16 September 2017
Where: Wynnstay Theatre at National Children’s Theatre grounds
Ticket prices: R70.00
Ages 3 – 6 years
For enquiries and bookings: Phone the theatre on 011 484 1584 or firstname.lastname@example.org
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION: Visit the NCT website on www.nationalchildrenstheatre.org.za