Stories filled with magic and comedy
THIS December, join the awardwinning theatre company The AUC (Actors Unemployed C ompany), on a journe y through a f aroff land, as the y go back once … t wice … Thrice U pon A Time.
Nigel Greenstuff is just an average, ordinary boy. He goes to a school just like yours, plays with his brothers and friends and he loves to read. But Nigel has a secret. He only ever reads one book o ver and over again. But this is no or dinary book. It’s a magical t ome that contains every single s tory e ver t old.
Nigel lo ves t o r ead his s tories aloud and share them with everyone. Everyone except his ne xtdoor neighbour, Casey. She’s a snoopy, silly girl and she’s been trying to get her hands on Nigel’s book for y ears.
Marc K ay and S arah Richar d s tar in this fantastic new family production telling stories filled with magic, comedy au dience interaction and shadow puppetry.
Thrice Upon a Time retells the classic tales of The Thr ee Billy Goat s Gruff , Goldilocks and the Three Bears and Three Little Pigs, in a way that is sur e to be a hit with f amilies of all shape s and siz es over the holida y season. And onc e the storytelling is done, y ou can join them for a workshop on shadow puppetry and learn t o bring y our own s tories t o lif e.
Thrice Upon A Time is at the Rhumbelow T heatre in U mbilo at 10 am dail y from Dec ember 6 until Dec ember 22.
Tickets cost R60, and snacks and juices ar e on sale. B ook at C omputicket, Shoprite and Checkers stores or phone Ailsa at 08 3 250 2690. Y ou can also email Roland at firstname.lastname@example.org
— Arts Editor.
Marc K ay and Sar ah Richar d s tar in Thrice Upon A Time at the Rhumbelow.