The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) - Best Weekend - - FRONT PAGE -

Dis­ney’s favourite princes and princesses from Frozen to Cin­derella, Snow White and The Lit­tle Mer­maid bring t their most beloved songs to life. Princesses and Princes, The Con­course, 409 Vic­to­ria Ave, Chatswood; Septem­ber 30, noon-2pm, tick­ets $35, thecon­ Take a jour­ney into the se­cret places of the world around u us at the Wildlife Pho­tog­ra­pher of the Year ex­hi­bi­tion — a global cel­e­bra­tion of the world’s very best na­ture p pho­tog­ra­phy. Let the kids loose on ac­tiv­i­ties in­culd­ing art, craft, games and mu­sic. Go Wild, Aus­tralian Na­tional Mar­itime Mu­seum, 2 Mur­ray St, Syd­ney; to­mor­row-Oc­to­ber 9. 9.30am-5pm, prices vary, rank Wood­ley — from Lano and Wood­ley fame — is bring­ing his much-loved kids’ show to the Syd­ney Opera House. The show, based around his chil­dren’s nov­els, fol­lows a mis­chievous but good-hearted monkey named Noodlenut and his jun­gle an­i­mal friends, who are try­ing to es­cape the mean, bully-like an­tics of a gi­ant white python dubbed the Slither Queen.

There’s a lit­tle bit of magic, a lot of sto­ry­telling, some mu­sic and Wood­ley’s widely ac­ces­si­bly brand of com­edy. In­clud­ing his trade­mark mix of phys­i­cal com­edy thrown in for fun, which kids are sure to love.

The show is best suited for lit­tle ones, aged six and up. Franka Wood­ley,oodey, Noodlenut,ood­eut, Sy­dSyd­ney ey Opera House; un­til Oc­to­ber 8, tick­ets from $25, syd­ney­op­er­a­ Catch Sam Mo­ran’s Mu­sic Time live when Green­wood Early Ed­u­ca­tion Cen­tre throw a big party for kids. There’s also dance work­shops, sto­ry­telling, rep­tile dis­plays, a pet­ting zoo, kids yoga, ma­gi­cians and more. Play and Learn Cel­e­bra­tion, 9/25 Frenchs For­est Rd, Frenchs For­est; to­day, 9am-noon, free, green­

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