Come and join us in the Jungle where cheeky baboons, wise elephants, ephemeral butterflies and wondering whales captivate children and youth with their tall tales of the little big things, that make planet earth so magical.
Journey with a princess and a dragon on top of a moon and learn about what really makes the world go round. Listen to the stories of dogs and unite with us in being the change, it’s in our nature!
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We have developed two 2-hour workshops for teenagers and young people in the unique Jungle style. Both workshops explore the theme ‘transition’. The movement and mime workshop starts with a short performance demonstrating the techniques the participants will learn and use to express themselves during the workshop and beyond. A traditional story starts the story telling workshop. Participants learn story telling skills and bring the story to life by retelling it in their own words using music and characterisation. If you would like more information or to make a booking please contact Miranda Tait – firstname.lastname@example.org
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How Stories Began
Jungle Theatre Company presents How Stories Began at the Masque Theatre (Main theatre) from 29 June to 3 July between 10h00 and 12h00 daily with a performance and workshop for children aged 4 years and old based on a traditional Zulu folktale. How Stories Began is set in ancient times on the Wild Coast, before people knew how to tell stories. Manzandaba and Zenzele, a married couple, are two of the first people. They go on an adventure in search of stories that lead to magical creatures under the ocean……. Ntombifuthi Mkhasibe and Vincent Meyburgh bring the story to life in English and isiXhosa with African music, masks and comical characters. Tickets are R70 for the show (45 min) and the subsequent workshop (45 min) is free of charge. There will be a 15 minute interval between the show and workshop where healthy snacks are available. For more event info please visit www.jungletheatre.co.za To book tickets phone: 021 788 1898 or email email@example.com