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Are you a princess, a dragon slayer or maybe both?

Are you a princess, a dragon slayer or maybe both?


Auckland Live presents


Sleeping Beauty
By Phineas Phrog Productions Ltd

Thursday 9 – Saturday 11 October, 10am & 1pm
Live at Bruce Mason Centre, Takapuna


Join us on an adventure these October school holidays at Takapuna’s Bruce Mason Centre. You will be transported to a kingdom far, far away where fairies are all powerful, wishes really do come true, and time is of the essence!

Audience participation is wildly encouraged, imaginations are applauded and traditions are turned on their heads in this updated adaption of the classic – Sleeping Beauty.

Come and help Princess Briar Rose from falling into a deep, deep sleep, ride a time machine, assist the handsome prince in defeating a ferocious dragon and stop the shadow fairy from creating havoc in the castle. You and your family will be enchanted!

Sleeping Beauty Slumber Party - Thursday 9 October, 10am

Join in the fun at the opening show slumber party. The perfect reason to get out bed and not get dressed in the morning! Best dressed will win spot prizes on the day.

SLEEPING BEAUTY PLAYS

Thursday 9 – Saturday 11 October, 10am & 1pm

Live at Bruce Mason Centre, Takapuna

TICKETS* $15 single, family ticket $44.80
GROUPS* 10+ $13, for every 10 tickets bought, you will receive 2 FREE tickets

BOOK NOW: Ticketmaster.co.nz or 09 970 9700

GROUP BOOKINGS: Call Ticketmaster Groups line on 09 970 9745

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