Season 2017

 

The Little Prince

Tales / Inc.'s new cheeky take on this classic story, which is actually a tale for all ages, is perfect for kinder and primary school students!

We have created a beautiful new production specially crafted for non-native young learners using inventive puppets, live actors, original music and our resident pianist playing Live

 

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"The Little Prince",  the 1943 novel by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry is one of the most beloved children's stories of all time.  Its lead actor tells us what is important in life.  Journey alongside the young boy as he searches for what is most important in life in this charming puppet adaptation. 

Unforgettable characters will come to life with some interesting 

join-in guest appearances. 

With its timeless message about the importance of forming friendships," The Little Prince" is an adventure story that celebrates the strength of a child’s imagination. 

Running time: up to 60 min depending on age. 

Age range: Suitable for everyone, but perfect for ages 3- 11. 

  

 SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

 

  

Because Tales / Inc. authors understand high school students like nobody else, after the hit interactive show "The ABC Murders" in which Tales / Inc. broke records in theatre in education (with five consecutive seasons),  Click here for Amazing audience feedback  and here for The ABC Murder's trailer ! Tales / Inc. returns with a performance dedicated to Agatha Christie's thriller "And Then There Were None", the world's best-selling murder mystery. 

The talented actresses, singers and dancers, Miah Jenn Moule , both highly experienced in teaching and interactive theatre, come together to create this compelling adaptation of Agatha Christie's masterpiece, "And Then There Were None", where your students will be part of the cast!

  

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Plot: " And then there were none" is a mystery novel by English writer, Agatha Christie, widely considered her masterpiece and described by her as the most difficult of her books to write.

In the novel, 8 guests are lured into coming to an island under different pretexts, e.g., offers of employment, to enjoy a late summer holiday, or to meet old friends. All have been complicit in the deaths of other human beings, but either escaped justice or committed an act that was not subject to legal sanction. The guests and two servants who are present are "charged" with their respective "crimes" by a recording after dinner the first night, and informed that they have been brought to the island to pay for their actions. They are the only people on the island, and cannot escape due to the distance from the mainland and the inclement weather, and gradually all ten are killed in turn, each in a manner that seems to parallel the deaths in the nursery rhyme. Nobody else seems to be left alive on the island by the time of the apparent last death.

 

 PRIMARY SCHOOL STUDENTS (Second cycle) 

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