This week at The Round...

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theround Sat 19-Apr-08 13:09:36

Hello everyone, we have a plethora of exciting events going on at the theatre right now so just a quick message to let you all know what's going on at The Round this week and give you some special offers:

Monday 21st April
Creative Play Sessions for 0-4 year olds. 9.30-10.30
£2 for children, £1 for adults. No need to book, just turn up to enjoy creative play involving music, movement, song and dance!

Tuesday 22nd April
Aesop's Fables
13.30 PERFORMANCE SOLD OUT! BOOK NOW FOR 17.30 PERFORMANCE TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT!
Three actors and a one-man-band combine with a host of colourful characters to magically recreate the most enchanting stories ever told. Fantastic family entertainment!
Michael Morpurgo?s brand new retellings of Aesop?s Fables include The Hare And The Tortoise, The Goose that Laid the Golden Egg & The Boy Who Cried Wolf.

?Charmed by these fabulous fables. A real hit? Daily Mail * * * *
?Aesop?s Fables is the perfect example of how to entertain adults and children at the same time. This is one not to miss.? * * * * * The List

60 mins

Age 4+
£7 (£22 FAMILY) To book family tickets, please contact the Box Office on 0191 2 605 605.

Friday 25th April
The Last South: Pursuit of the Pole
2 FOR 1 OFFER FOR STUDENTS AND UNDER 18s, TO BOOK PLEASE CALL 0191 2605 605 AND QUOTE '2 FOR 1 OFFER'
Adapted from the journals of Roald Amundsen and Robert Falcon Scott by G.M. Calhoun

Two invincible explorers. One final conquest.
This new drama from a multiple Fringe First winning team charts the incredible journey of two of the world?s most revered explorers. Roald Amundsen and Captain Robert Falcon Scott were heroes from a time when the world had just one remaining corner to be conquered ? the South Pole.
Based on their actual expedition diaries, this show interweaves the two journeys into a thrilling story of adventure and extreme human endeavour, transporting us to an alien landscape as unimaginably hostile as it is awe-inspiring.
The journey ended in victory for just one team. But could the other cope with being ?the last south??
?Anyone who has loved stories such as Touching the Void will find these two accounts wonderfully compelling.? ** The Scotsman
?There is much humour, but it is their accounts of the return journeys that are the most poignant.? ** Evening Standard
70 mins
Age 10+

£7 (£22 FAMILY) To book family tickets, please contact the Box Office on 0191 2 605 605.

Sunday 27th April
Shadowplay
BOOK NOW, TICKET SELLING FAST!
An empty space: clean and bright and pristine.
Add light and sound and materials.
A new world is waiting for us.
Now we can be explorers.
Shadow Play is inspired by the way children use play to investigate and understand the world around them. A vibrant mix of music, dance, mime and design, this show celebrates the natural creativity of children as we go on an exciting journey through a world of endless possibilities.
Travelling Light is well-known as an innovative creator of plays for very young children, and its work is admired around the world. Recent tours include Cloudland, Clown and Papa, Please Get The Moon For Me.
?An absolutely charming theatrical adventure? Sunday Herald

Age 2 to 6
£8 (£25 FAMILY) To book family tickets, please contact the Box Office on 0191 2 605 605.

For further information on any of these events please contact the Box Office!

We look forward to seeing you soon!
The Round

www.the-round.com

Monkeytrousers Mon 21-Jul-08 08:52:46

it's so expensice - any comps at all?

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