It’s Never Too Early to Start Thinking of Christmas –
Father Christmas is coming to Town!
Seasonal Christmas Show for Families with Young Children
We are giving away tickets to the show, see end of post for details.
The most festive family production is about to hit our theatres! Proudly presented by ABA Productions and Diva Productions, in association with Elite Productions (UK), the stage production of Father Christmas is coming to Singapore this November.
As Father Christmas always puts it, the show is set to make this festive season a Bloomin’ one for the entire family! With its popularity growing since the 1990s, the storybook by Raymond Briggs quickly became a holiday classic worldwide, getting its own animation and today, a world-class theatre adaptation.
Little ones will get a sneak peek of how Father Christmas prepares for his biggest night of the year, Christmas Eve. The show will also reveal a quirkier side to our favourite Christmas icon through the unexpected situations he meets – including being held back at home by his pets, Cat and Dog, to getting his sleigh through the snow with his Reindeer.
With so many children around the world, will be he able to deliver the presents in time for Christmas morning?
Be sure not to miss this Christmas family treat, which will be staged from 25rd to 27th November 2016 at the Drama Theatre at School of The Arts (SOTA). Father Christmas is perfect for children above the age of 2, and of course their families and friends!
Tickets are available at any SISTIC outlet, on the official SISTIC website, as well as at the hotline 6348 5555.
10% discounted rates are available for groups of ten or more. School performances are also available on 23rd, 24th and 25th November 2016. For bookings and more information, please call Ms Heather Riley on 9863 1284 or email email@example.com.
This production brings Raymond Briggs’ classic storybook to life. Join Father Christmas this year as he bounds off the page and onto the stage in this fantastic family production.
Come and meet Father Christmas as he gets ready for his busiest night of the year… with so many presents to deliver, will he get finished before the morning? Will his pets, Cat and Dog let him leave the house? And will his Reindeer be able to pull his Sleigh in the snow? Come and find out in this magical and musical family adventure, which will delight adults and children alike.
Father Christmas is an official stage adaptation of the much-loved Father Christmas children’s books by Raymond Briggs. Father Christmas is a Christmas family treat – you’d be mad to miss it!
Dates & Times
- 25th November 2016, Friday, 5.00pm
- 26th November 2016, Saturday, 11.00am, 2.00pm & 4.30pm
- 27th November 2016, Sunday, 11.00am, 2.00pm & 4.30pm
Prices: $38 – $58
*Ticket prices exclude booking fee
*10% discounted rates are available for groups of ten or more
Venue: Drama Theatre, School of the Arts, Singapore
Address: 1 Zubir Said Drive Singapore 227968
Admission Rules: There is no minimum age for this performance and all audience members must have their own ticket.
TNAP is giving away $373 worth of prizes to 1 lucky reader which includes:
- 1 set of 4 tickets to Father Christmas on 25th November 2016, Friday, 5pm.
- A Christmas goodie bag, including storybooks and stationery and puzzles.
To take part in the giveaway, follow the steps below:
1. Like us on Facebook.
2. Fill in the form below.
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Contest ends 16 November 2016.
- Winners will be notified via phone and email.
- Winner will have to self-collect the tickets at ABA Productions Office during office hours (9.30am-5pm).
- Valid for 25th November 2016, Friday, 5pm show only.
For more contests and giveaways, go to The New Age Parents Contest Page
It’s that time of year again. Kids look forward to it and wish it would never end. Where can you find fun and exciting holiday programs for your children? Here’s our list. Take your pick!
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