About ACT 3i Festival for Children
In celebration of the arts, play and experience, ACT 3i Festival for Children will be held from 24 May to 5 June 2016 at Drama Centre (National Library)!
Packed with exquisite, high quality and awe-inspiring theatre performances that will include original works from Singapore, Italy, Sweden, Argentina, the U.K and Canada, an artfully curated visual arts programme, as well as Conviviality Sessions led by Children’s Theatre artists that are aimed at educators and parents, ACT 3i Festival for Children aims to be the frontrunner in arts enrichment for the young.
About Hanà e Momò
For 3 to 8 year olds, Hanà e Momò is a beautifully constructed piece surrounding two friends – Hanà e Momò – named after the Japanese word for ‘flower’ and ‘peach’ respectively – and the development of their relationship, which begins as rivalry and culminates as friendship.
Using simple and natural materials such as sand, paper, wood and bamboo to symbolise different characters, the actresses invite the audience into their childhood world. All will be mesmerised at how so much can be related with very little, and how actors, movement props and audience meld within this performance.
Freely adapted from the book Fairy Tale of Love by Hermann Hesse, it hints on the importance of happiness when doing things together.
We are giving away 4 tickets to the show, Hanà e Momò, to one lucky reader!
Date: 31 May 2016 (Tuesday)
Venue: Drama Centre (Visitors Centre)
To stand a chance to win, simply complete the steps below:
Step 2: Lock in your entry with Gleam below. (You do not need to complete all the steps. But the more steps you complete, the higher your chances of winning!)
Terms & Conditions:
- Tickets are non-transferable, non-exchangeable and non-refundable
- Ticket Collection will be at the box office of Drama Centre, Level 3, 30 minutes before show time
- Winner will need to produce their IC to claim their tickets
- Please ensure that you use the same Facebook account for both Steps 1 and 2 above.
- Giveaway ends on 17 April 2016 at 2359 hours.