TLC Children’s Festival by Singapore Repertory Theatre

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The Little Company presents you a fun-filled month of theatre productions, workshops and talks in this digital TLC Children’s Festival!

TLC Children’s Festival by Singapore Repertory Theatre

Location: Online
5 Sep – 4 Oct 2020
Free & Paid

Presenting TLC Children’s Festival, bringing you the best of children’s theatre!

Conceived to provide an online platform for children, parents and teachers to come together to experience the magic of theatre and drama, the festival presents meticulously curated programs that aim to nurture inspire and entertain.

Fly High

The month-long digital festival will be headlined by two original and locally produced shows – Fly High which takes children on a fun and educational journey exploring the science of taking flight; and Classic Stories from Around the World, a three-part series filled with mythical folklore and popular tales from Singapore, Canada, France, USA, Denmark, and Germany brought to life by unforgettable storytellers – Alemay Fernandez, Andrew Marko, Daniel Jenkins, and Julie Wee. The shows will be streamed on SISTIC Livestream.

You can also look forward to enriching parent and child workshops, drama camps in Mandarin, engaging talks for parents and teachers, as well as a plethora of free activities at the festival.

TLC Children’s Festival Shows

  • Classic Stories of Adventure
    • The Raja's Mistake (Singapore)
    • Owl with the Great Head and Eyes (Canada)
    • Humpty Dumpty (USA)
    • The Ugly Duckling (Denmark)

  • Classic Stories of Discovery
    • The Luminous Pearl (Singapore)
    • Rabbit and the Grainbuyers (Canada)
    • Little Miss Muffet (USA)
    • Hansel and Gretel (Germany)

  • Classic Stories of Wonder
    • How the Island of Singapore Came About (Singapore)
    • How Rabbit Deceived Fox (Canada)
    • Story of Little Boy Blue (USA)
    • Beauty and the Beast (France)

  • Fly High

Photo credits Singapore Repertory Theatre


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Malini Pannirselvam
Dedicated writer by day, avid reader by night, language fanatic all the time, and aunt to nieces and nephews every day

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