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Tuesday, September 22, 2009


(Pic: S'bu, Adi Paxton, Kriel and Jackie, the penguin)

Children’s theatre in the Durban Botanic Gardens Amphitheatre.

Cherry the Clown (aka Adi Paxton), who has been doing puppetry and magic for children for many years, has created another delightful show for the September school holidays.

The play is called A Sea Saw and is about two friends who go down to the sea where they learn about the beach and its creatures. Admirable Nelson and his friend Mr Crab meet up in the Gardens and will feature in the play. Jackie the Penguin and his friends from the sea add to the fun of the play which encourages lots of audience participation and is bound to keep the children amused for 45 minutes.

A Sea Saw will be performed in our Amphitheatre datily at 10h00 fromk September 29 to October 2. Tickets R30 pp available at the “door” (entrance to the Amphitheatre) 20 minutes before show begins.

More information from Adi Paxton on 031 201 2515 or 083 725 0925.