Dress up as a Pirate to join in the fun! Not compulsory but adds to the experience.
Please note, vaccine pass for people aged 12+ required for entry.
Actors Danny Priestly and Andy Brigden play siblings Kai and Noodles, who live on the mudflats. Kai is content to tend to his cabbages, cooking and cleaning but Noodles has other plans and her chance comes when a Pirate ship strays into the bay.
Noodles loves to dress up and pretend, in fact, she is so good at imagining and pretending that she is mistaken for her Grandmother, Sal Magundi, the famous Pirate captain. The ship's crew, Flint and Flash, portrayed by large adorable puppets, are desperate for some decent food as Sal was not only a fine Captain but a fine cook as well. The adventure has only just begun!
Audiences will be delighted with 45 minutes of story, puppetry and music with some interactive fun for the whole Whanau - don't forget to look out for the rabbit disguised as a parrot!!
Producers: Keirunga Theatre Collective and The Drama Workshop
Supported by Creative Communities - Hastings, Napier, Central Hawkes Bay.
Saturday 29 January, 10:00am to 10:45am
Restrictions: All Ages
Child (3yrs and above) Children under 3 yrs are free $10.00
Family This ticket is valid for two adults and two children over 3 yrs of age. $45.00
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