Spin A Little Kindness With Charlotte’s Web

Charlotte’s Web is coming to the National Children’s Theatre. Right in time for public school holidays, too! Take the kids out for a day at the theatre. It is sure to clear the cobwebs from their heads and beat the winter blues.

What Is It?

School holidays are almost upon us. Now comes the persistent nagging and cringy whines from bored kids with very little to do. To stop you from pulling out hairs these holidays, the National Children’s Theatre presents Charlotte’s Web based on the beloved children’s book by E.B. White.

Charlotte’s Web tells the story of Fern – a young girl who loves animals and speaks to them. With the help of Charlotte, a remarkably creative spider, Fern rescues an irresistible little pig from being sent to the butcher’s block. Audiences will share in the kindness and unconditional love that thrives among the unlikeliest of friends in this musical extravaganza. This delightful play teaches young audiences about communication and co-operation between individuals and also gives them insight into the blending of South Africa’s diverse cultures.

So, bring the kids along to the theatre for a day of fun and learning. Get your tickets now before the season sells out!

When Is It?

Tuesday, 18 June 2019 – Saturday, 13 July 2019.

Where Is It?

National Childen’s Theatre, 3 Junction Avenue, Parktown, Johannesburg.

How Much Is It?

Babies under 1 year – no charge

Lap fee (age 1-3) R50

Chair seating – R120

Floor seating – R100 (for children who enjoy sitting upfront and being able to interact with the cast).

Pensioners over 65 – R100

Book your tickets on the NCT’s website.  Contact them on 011 484 1584/5 for banking details.

For More Information

For more information, click here.

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2019-06-18 00:00:00 2019-07-14 18:00:00 Africa/Johannesburg Spin A Little Kindness With Charlotte’s Web https://joburg.co.za/spin-little-kindness-charlottes-web/ 3 Junction Avenue, Parktown, Johannesburg. Joburg.co.za bookings@nctt.org.za
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