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Puss ‘n Boots: 5 – 19 July

KidzStuff Theatre for Children Inc

The Producers of The Sleeping Beauty and Which Witch is Which?
Presents

Puss ‘n Boots

Written by Sarah Somerville
Directed by Patrick Davies

5 – 19 July

AT OUR NEW VENUE: Tararua Tramping Club
(4 Moncrieff St., Mt. Victoria)


Join Jack and his furry friend as they set out on their big adventure. Things are not going so well for Jack, he has no home, no family and no money till … Who can this be? The classiest of cats, the puurrfect pussy! Yes! It’s Puss ‘n Boots to the rescue with a bit of feline magic and a plan to make Jack’s fortune!

Join a cast of zany characters in a whirlwind of comic excitement, as Puss ‘n Boots creates a plan that will transform young Jack into a fine gentleman. Meet a daffy Princess, a Boot maker with the strangest of shoes and a transforming Ogre who only wants to eat toast!

Puss ‘n Boots will spin a spell which will have your toes tapping and your sides splitting!

Sarah Somerville has adapted many favourite children’s stories for the theatre and KidzStuff has produced several of them, including Rapunzel and last year’s hugely popular The Three Little Pigs.

We are delighted to have Patrick Davies back after his directorial debut for KidzStuff with Which Witch is Which? in April and also Felix Preval, who was a huge hit as the wolf in The Three Little Pigs last year and also as Fizzle, the beautiful witch, in this year’s Which Witch is Which?


Performance Times:

Monday – Friday 11 am and 1 pm
Saturdays at 11 am


Tickets $10
Groups of 10+ $8.00 each
Children under 2 Free
With special prices for
holiday programmes

Special Opening Preview 5 July $5.00 per ticket.

Bookings: phone 385 0292


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