The Little Company Introduces A New & Original Play Based On The Hare and Tortoise

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A modern take on Aesop's Fable - The Hare and The Tortoise - a fun, fast-paced play about friendship.

Venue: KC Arts Centre - Home Of SRT
from 26 Oct 2022
from $22

As part of The Little Company's 20th anniversary, this dedicated kids show producer brings to you a new and original play based on a classic tale from Aesop’s Fables’ Hare and Tortoise.

Hare & Tortoise

Harri and Tatta have a race to win. The only problem they have is each other.

Forced to travel the route together, speedy Harri and steady Tatta become instant frenemies who can’t agree on anything - Harri is desperate to go faster, but Tatta can’t and doesn’t want to keep up. A host of colourful characters along the way offer new challenges until a wrong turn finds the pair stuck above the road in a construction site unable to move in any direction at all.

Can they find common ground? Will they make it to the finish line? And does slow and steady really win the race?

This contemporary adaptation explores the notion of speed in a literal and metaphorical sense. In today’s winner-takes-all world, it’s never been more essential to be able to keep up. But what does it mean to be fast or slow, and how can we make space for everyone’s talents and abilities?

Show Details

The show is recommended for 3 years old and above, and is approximately 50 mins long. 


The show starts from 26 Oct 2022 with 2 show timings daily

  • Weekday: 9.30 am and 11.30 am
  • Weekend & PH: 11 am and 2 pm


Tickets are available now and can be purchased here.

  • Weekdays
    • Standard: S$30, S$27,¬†¬†S$22
    • Family Package of 4 (Cat 1 only): S$102
  • Weekends (Sat, Sun & Public Holiday)
    • Standard: S$50*, S$40, S$35
    • Family Package of 4 (Cat 1 & 2 only): S$170*, S$136

* Includes a group photo taken with the cast after the show


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This article is prepared by

Jiarong Yu
Daddy to 2 adorable little ones. Misses them the moment they are not around, regrets missing them the moment they are around.

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