Well… you may have read my post a few weeks ago about our visit to the Polka Theatre? Red Ted a wonderfully amazing time watching Oliver Jeffer’s Lost & Found. The Polka Theatre is a children’s theatre based in Wimbledon, London (UK). It has been around for many years – and when I was a little girl we used to go to the Polka Theatre with school. I remember it as special and fun times and was keen to try it out with Red Ted.
It was wonderful, brilliant and lovely.
Soooo…. I am VERY excited to say, that I have a family ticket (four tickets, at least one adult) to give away for you. Needless to say, you will have to be willing to come to Wimbledon in London, but you can work with the theatre to select a suitable date!
Here is the show you can see – All Join In:
ALL JOIN IN illustration © 1990 Quentin Blake
13 May – 13 Aug
Mr Magnolia has only one boot.
Mrs Armitage has only one bike.
Patrick has a magical violin.
But the very best of all… is when they ALL JOIN IN!
A musical extravaganza!
What’s the best way to have fun this summer? All join in! Come to Polka for an irresistible mix of songs, stories and dancing, celebrating the work of Quentin Blake. Rhyme, rhythm and colourful characters all combine in this musical extravaganza inspired by some of Blake’s well-loved stories including All Join In, Mr Magnolia, Mrs Armitage on Wheels and Patrick.
And when we say All Join In we mean it – it’s a toe-tapping, sing-along show, with plenty of chances for you to take part in the fun!
This performance is officially 4yrs+ but we will be taking Red Ted (3) as there is lots of music and dance – there is a special “Watch with Baby” edition to which we will be going along!
Soooo… do you fancy it? All you need to do is,
1) leave a comment on this blog (ONE entry) and subscribe to this blog (ONE entry) and tell us if you have been to theatre yet with your kids and what you have seen!
2) Sign up for ebulletins from the Polka Theatre and get an extra entry – just let me know in the comments her that you have done so!
Competition ends 12 March 2011