Why is the moon round?
Why are there so many colours and shapes in the world?
Meet Smallest Dragon, who is always asking questions, poking her nose into things and curious about the world.
It’s no surprise that her favourite words are ‘Why’, ‘How’ and ‘What’!
One night she sees the moon, and wonders why it is the shape that it is. Fascinated, she sets off to find other round things – and quickly realises that there are many other important shapes too. As she explores, she also discovers the wonder of colours!
Combining a unique blend of physical theatre, riveting puppetry, black light magic and lots of audience interaction, this highly engaging and educational performance is specially tailored for children from 2 to 8 years old. Older children and grownups will find much to amuse, enthrall and engage too!
Journey with Smallest dragon as she goes in search of answers in a magical, whimsical and colourful world.
Here are 4 reasons why you have to catch the show with your child!
- Your child will learn what is problem-solving through the various interactions during the show
- Your child willlearn about colours and shapes through storytelling
- The show demonstrates creative thinking and application of knowledge
- Your child will be exposed to diverse elements of physical theatre, black light magic, songs and puppetry
- You get to spend some quality time with your little one. Need we say more?
Hurry! Catch this dragon before she disappears! Round The Moon, Blue The Sky will be showing at the Alliance Française Theatre for ONE WEEK only from 21 to 27 July 2014.
Round the Moon, Blue the Sky is a special collaborative project featuring the best from Singapore, Hong Kong and Japan.
Buy Round The Moon, Blue the Sky tickets at all SISTIC channels.
Note: All children (including babies in arms) require a valid ticket to enter.
Partnership with Asian Alliance of Theatre Festivals for Young Audiences (ATYA)
As part of their continued efforts to promote theatre for young people to the world, Round the Moon, Blue the Sky marks I Theatre’s first project in our new partnership with ATYA. ATYA is a platform that aims to connect, collaborate and celebrate theatre for young people with international artists, companies and festivals regionally and internationally. Round the Moon, Blue the Sky taps on the unique skill-sets and cultural backgrounds of the performers from countries around the region, and is the first of many future collaborative projects to celebrate the wonders of theatre for young audience.