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Duration: 9 – 30 Jul - July School Holidays!
Price: General Admission $15; Under 2's Free; Family Pass $50 (4 tickets); ECC Schools Pricing $12
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Coming these July School Holidays!

Wonderkind is a non-verbal show for children aged three to seven. It follows two friends as they explore everyday objects to create magical worlds filled with music, light, puppetry and transformation. Through shared play and imagination, they travel around the world and beyond. These journeys lead them to the ultimate discovery: that endless possibilities for wonder and joy lie in true friendship.

With original music by Craig Sengelow, design by Sean Coyle and puppetry by international puppeteer Ana Lorite of Naranjarte, Wonderkind promises to be a magical theatrical journey for children and families.

Wonderkind is part of The PaperBoats Project, an international partnership platform for performance-makers – www.thepaperboats.com

 

Wonderkind
Devised by Timothy Fraser, Kerryn Palmer, and Emma Rattenbury

 

Directed by Kerryn Palmer
9 – 30 Jul
Circa Two

Sat 9 – Sun 24 Jul
Tues – Sun 11am, Fri & Sat 1pm

Tues 26 – Fri 29 Jul ECC/Schools shows: 11am & 1pm (Note: no 1pm show on Fri 29 July)
ECC/Schools Pricing $12. Email: circa@circa.co.nz to book Schools shows

Sat 30 Jul: 11am & 1pm

General Admission $15
Under 2’s free
Family pass $50 (4 tickets)

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  •  Relaxed performances – Tuesday 12th and Wednesday 20th July.  

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  • Pay it Forward’ tickets

Now you can ‘play’ it forward! Purchase one ticket to Wonderkind for someone who usually cannot afford to go to the theatre and Circa will find it a good home. Book here

If you are interested in claiming a Pay it Forward ticket or nominating a friend, please contact the Circa Theatre Box Office Team on circa@circa.co.nz. This initiative is year-round, currently running in active collaboration with Wonderkind.

The PaperBoats Project

 

 

 

 

Image by Rebekah de Roo