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Strings Attached Puppet Theatre

MTG Hawke’s Bay is very pleased to present Snow White and the Seven Dwarves and Rumplestiltskinon Saturday 7 June at the MTG Century Theatre.

Bring the family to MTG Hawke’s Bay for a magical puppet theatre experience. Norbert Hausberg ofStrings Attached Theatre brings his one-puppeteer productions of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves and Rumplestiltskin to the stage.

Hausberg has been performing puppet theatre across the globe since 1984 and is celebrating thirty years of puppetry with this nationwide tour.

Children can also book in for a puppet-making workshop led by Norbert Hausberg himself. In this introduction to puppetry, budding puppeteers will make their own marionette to take home.

Strings Attached Puppet Theatre
MTG Century Theatre, 9 Herschell Street, Napier

Saturday 7 June
Rumplestiltskin – 11am
Snow White & the Seven Dwarves – 3pm
$10 per person per show
$30 Family ticket (four people)
Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult.
Puppet Making Workshop
Saturday 7 June, 1pm
$15 per child
Ages 7-12
Limited spaces. Bookings essential.
Tickets and payment for the workshop can be made from the MTG Theatre Box Office.
To purchase your tickets online or by telephone contact Ticketek 0800 TICKETEK (842 538). Please note service fees apply for ticket purchases made online and by phone.

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