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Cheers!: Fruit Story by Fantasy Puppet Theatre (Performed in Cantonese)

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Public Performances

25-26 November 2011 (Fri-Sat) 8pm
27 November 2011 (Sun) 2:30pm & 4:30pm
Exhibition Gallery, Tsuen Wan Town Hall
$100 (Free Seating)

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2-3 December 2011 (Fri-Sat) 8pm
4 December 2011 (Sun) 4:30pm
Exhibition Gallery, Tuen Mun Town Hall
$100 (Free Seating)

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9-10 December 2011 (Fri-Sat) 8pm
11 December 2011 (Sun) 2:30pm & 4:30pm
Exhibition Hall, Sheung Wan Civic Centre
$120 (Free Seating)

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Puppetry Workshop For Fruit Story (Conducted In Cantonese)

26 November 2011 (Sat) 4:30pm
Exhibition Gallery, Tsuen Wan Town Hall
$35 (Free Seating)

4 December 2011 (Sun) 2:30pm
Exhibition Gallery, Tuen Mun Town Hall
$35 (Free Seating)

10 December 2011 (Sat) 4:30pm
Exhibition Hall, Sheung Wan Civic Centre
$35 (Free Seating)

 
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About the Story

Fruit Story is about seven kinds of fruits with seven kinds of tastes and also personalities, including watermelon, pineapple, durian, banana, grapes and peaches, as well as an unknown fruit. They accidentally stranded in the wilderness, so concerted effort to establish a fruit village. However, good times never last, a big bird often attacks the village. How can those seven fruits to ride out the storm together?

Play through the lovely fruit as a public role, the story is used to be expressing the importance of mutual understanding between friends. In addition to different types of puppets, the sweet music and colorful stage sets will show the audience a rich content and interesting theatre.

 
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The Arts Group

Established in 2005, Fantasy Puppet Theatre is one of the handful of Hong Kong puppet theatre companies, which works with a wide range of techniques, to produce original puppet shows for children, youngsters and their parents.

Please refer to Chinese version

 
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