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Gretel and Hansel
Synopsis

Gretel’s life is turned upside down when her new brother Hansel arrives. He gets all the attention, the cuddles and the kisses and poor Gretel is told to ‘grow up’ and remember that she’s ‘a big girl now’! But Gretel doesn’t want to be big! And she doesn’t want the annoying little brother who’s too small to play.
 

When Mother and Father take the children to the forest, Gretel has a chance to get rid of the little brother once and for all. But the forest is full of danger and Gretel will have to learn to get along with Hansel if they are both going to survive the adventure.
 

Based on the well-loved Brothers Grimm classic fairy tale, Gretel and Hansel is a heartfelt, humorous and exciting tale about sibling rivalry, family love, courage and understanding what it means to be a big sister! The two children become both characters and storytellers as they bring audiences on a thrilling, imaginative journey. Gretel and Hansel will help encourage children to work together, appreciate their siblings and understand the importance of family love.
 

Start Sales Date

Internet :
12 Oct 2018, 9am.

Other Channels :
12 Oct 2018, 10am.

Duration

Approximately 50 minutes

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Rating / Age Limit

  • This show is recommended for aged 4 years old and above.
  • However, if parents wish to bring their infant-in-arms or children below the age of 4, purchase of tickets will still be required.
  • We reserve the right to ask parents to bring their child out of the theatre should they make excessive noise during the performance. We seek your understanding on this matter.
  • Strictly no admission without ticket.

Late Seating Advisory:

  • Please be seated 15 minutes before the performance start time.
  • Latecomers will be admitted an a suitable time.

Photography / Video Recording Rules

  • No Photography, Video recording and Audio recording is allowed for this event.

Additional Information

  • There is a glass panel in front of Row AA at the Circle seats section.
  • Left & Right Circle seats are SINGLE seats in a row.
  • Please be informed that Balcony BL/1-2 and Balcony BR/1-2 at the Circle seats section are restricted view seats.

Booster Seats

  • Booster seats are available on a first-come-first-served basis. They are not guaranteed and are not included with the purchase of your ticket. Patrons are welcome to bring their own.

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Event Date
Wed, 13 Mar - Fri, 26 Apr 2019

Weekdays: 10am
Sunday & Public Holidays: 11am, 2pm
 

Venue
Ticket Pricing
(Excludes Booking Fee)

Weekdays 
Standard: S$29, S$26

Family Package of 4: 
Cat 1: S$98 
Cat 1 tickets (with TLC CD Vol.2): S$110  

Weekends (Sat, Sun & Public Holiday)
Standard: S$49, S$39, S$36

Family Package of 4:
Cat 1 (with photo taking)*: $166
Cat 2 (no photo taking): $132

Family Package of 4 (with TLC CD Vol.2):
Cat 1 (with photo taking)*: $178
Cat 2 (no photo taking): $144

*Ticket includes a photo taking session with the cast in costume.
(Applicable for Weekend/ Public Holiday shows only.)

Seating Plan