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Wonky Donkey Makes Its Way To The Palms

Wonky Donkey Makes Its Way To The Palms


What only has three legs and one eye; likes to listen to country music; was quite tall and slim and smelt really, really bad? A stinky dinky, lanky, honky tonky, winky, wonky donkey of course!

Craig Smith is a well known children’s author and singer songwriter from New Zealand. He famously wrote the Wonky Donkey Song and book. The fun, tongue twisting lyrics won the APRA Children’s song of the year in 2008. Craig Smith’s show appeals to children of all ages (children and adults alike) and he will be performing at The Palms Shopping Centre on Thursday 15 November as part of a South Island Tour.

What: Craig Smith’s Wonky Donkey Show

Date: Thursday 15 November 2012

Time: 4pm (will run for 40 minutes)

Location: Situated outside Kmart – The Palms Shopping Centre

Price: Free

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