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Wednesday, April 19, 2017

No Fowl Play! A Giveaway for I Theatre's Poultry Tales

Cluck Cluck!

Why did the chicken cross the road?

To get to the Golden Eggs of course!

Wait a minute. That doesn't sound right.

Of course. 

She crossed the road because the sky was falling!

Oops. I meant she actually had some delicious bread to bake, but no one was there to help her!

Oh no. I got it all wrong.

But did i?

I Theatre presents a new and interactive musical production that tells the story of not one, not two, but three feathered friends!

There's The Goose That Laid the Golden Eggs, The Little Red Hen, and Chicken-Licken!

And the trio band together to hatch a tale which stitches together a whole host of well-known folk stories.

And it's no fowl play. The chickies will be sharing with the audience how a musical is made, and will share about the themes and morals of the stories.

As I Theatre promises, the show is "guaranteed to engage young and old alike", and is "specially designed with excitement, humour and learning points."

Coming to the Drama Centre Theatre from 27 April to 14 May!

Parenting on Purpose is pleased to partner with I Theatre to host an exciting giveaway of 2 sets of 4 tickets each. This will be for the 10.30 am show on Sunday, 30 April 2017.

How to qualify for the giveaway:

1) Like the Parenting on Purpose Facebook page.

2) Share this blog post on your Facebook Wall and tag three friends (not including the friend who had tagged you. Remember to ensure that privacy settings are set to "Public".)

For an extra chance to win:

Comment on this post (not on the Facebook page) and share with us one thing you like about fowl. Please leave your email so that we will be able to contact you should you win the contest!

The giveaway will end on Monday 24 April and entries must be submitted by 5pm.


And the winners of the giveaway goes to....

Sophia Ong and Catherine Soon!

Winners can collect the tickets from the I Theatre office at 27 Kerbau Rd, Singapore 219163 during office hours from 10.30 am to 5.30 pm. Please call 6341 5960 before collection.

7 comments:

  1. They are the kid's friend when young and turn into delicious food when they grow big enough.
    Sounds sad but their meat are really tasty!
    j_xian@hotmail.com

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  2. they are birds that are barnyard domesticated and when they grew up it will becomes food. It a bird type which produce meat n eggs.

    nctgrace@yahoo.com

    FB : Grace Ng

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  3. I love how fowls give us eggs, which can be cooked in so many delicious ways - poached, as omelette, scrambled, sunny-side-up, hard-boiled, soft-boiled, for baking, etc etc. Eggs are an indispensable cooking ingredient!

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  4. Chicken for many purposes. Learnt so much history and uses of chicken too when we visited the Egg or chicken first exhibit at SPM.

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  5. Fowls are healthier choice of protein compared to red meats.

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  6. Fowl. Of course we appreciate them providing us with egg and meat. My favourite thing about the poor things has to be their unfortunate name though. Truly foul, that!

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