Wednesday, September 9, 2009

What a busy Week!

Play School - The Show is coming to Canberra!
 The Ever Popular Television Show! Live in Concert.
Featuring Two Presenters plus the toys from the popular television show.
This show is full of active participation.

Play School, which celebrates its 42nd birthday this year, has featured some of Australia’s leading actors as presenters over the years.
These popular Play School live shows are specially designed to delight pre-schoolers and parents alike.
Each show features 40 minutes of songs, games and stories with many of the well-loved toys plus along with two past or present presenters from the television series.
The roars of approval heard whenever they appear on stage attest to the ongoing popularity of Big Ted, Little Ted, Jemima and Humpty
.As with the television program, everything in the concerts is carefully paced especially for children.
There are songs to move to, as well as quiet times to just watch and listen.
The familiarity of the material totally engages the young audience for the 40-minute duration of the concerts
Audience numbers are limited per session so those children
can see and hear the show easily, and move about safely.
Friday 27th November 2009
Albert Hall
Commonwealth ave Yarralumla
All Tickets *$13.20
Adults at Children's prices. Infants under 12 months on the day of the concert are free

Phone Kids Promotions on 1300 788 028
or Book Online 

We are going along! It should be a whole lot of fun for the bubs!

Not a whole lot of crafting going on this week - we have been busy doing boring chore type activities.

I took Harris for his first swing ride at the park this morning - he seemed to really enjoy  himself!

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Anonymous said...

Oooooh, I'm so jelous. No PS concerts for Victoria this time around. My 3 y/o is HOOKED. I never feel quite as bad when I use the tv for babysitting if PS is on. Damned good, quality show. Enjoy that!

Renata said...

Hi Andrea, thanks for you comment on my infant feeding blog. Did you know I grew up in Canberra? Anyway, is this the playschool like long ago (but maybe modernized?). I still remember the jingle, "open wide, come inside. It's playschool."
And is Humphrey Bear still around?