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Little Kowhai Tree - Family Theatre

Little Kowhai Tree - Family Theatre

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  • Mon 18 Jul ’16, 10:00am – 10:45am
  • Mon 18 Jul ’16, 11:30am – 12:15pm


St Peters Hall, Cnr Beach Rd and Ames St, Paekakariki


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission (under 2's free): $10.00

Little Dog Barking is a leading puppet theatre for children, creating and presenting quality theatre works for early childhood, primary school and family audiences.

Little Kowhai Tree is coming these July 2016 School Holidays! Performing at Epuni Community Centre in Lower Hutt.

Written and directed by Peter Wilson, Little Kowhai Tree is a magical story of how things grow. A seed is planted, green shoots begin to appear and Little Kowhai Tree begins her journey of growing up. Children in the audience meet Little Kowhai’s friends who help her grow such as Sun, Moon and Rain; Worm, who looks after the soil around Little Kowhai’s roots; Bee and Tui who work hard looking after Little Kowhai’s blossom, and Ruru, the Morepork, who guards Little Kowhai during the night.

Age suitability: 2 years to 7 years (up to and including Year 2)
Plenty of free parking.

"Delightful show! Our students were totally engaged and entranced. Thank you for a show that held their attention whilst educating them at the same time. The show was funny, used beautiful puppets, had catchy music and singing and clever puppeteering." - Chilton St James Primary & Preschool

"Watching the children’s faces and responses = Priceless!!!" - Pauatahanui Preschool

"Thoroughly enjoyed by all. Wonderful to see the children transfixed by it, from the babies to the older children!" - KidStart Wainuiomata

"What an excellent way to tell the story using humour/action and delightful puppets and song!" - Ngaio School

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