Thursday, April 14, 2016

Giveaway: The Rainbow Fish by I Theatre

Based on Marcus Pfister’s award winning storybook, The Rainbow Fish is very likely a “household title” for all parents to teach their children the moral of sharing and humility.

I first caught the play with Dumpling about five years ago when it was first staged by I Theatre. I recalled that Dumpling was dazzled by the colourful costumes and could relate to the story. Now, five years later, the play is back as part of the theatre company’s 15th Anniversary season special and with new characters too!

For this incarnation, I Theatre will also be including a perfect marriage of the various techniques learnt over the years, including magical black light theatre, and a blend of live action and mind blowing original puppet design; a definite treat for both the young and the old!



“A long way out in the deep blue sea swims a shoal of the most beautiful fish in the entire ocean. Their scales are every shade of blue, green or purple, and ONE has a sparking silver scale…
Meet proud and pretty Rainbow Fish, and her friends, Starfish, Small Blue, Big Violet and Little Green.
Rainbow Fish learns some very valuable lessons about her attitude to others, some hard lessons about pride and selfishness, and some valuable truths about the power of generosity and humility. Meanwhile, her friends discover how teamwork helps everyone; and how gossip and rumour can cause damage to friendships!”

I am pleased to share that I have a family package of 4 tickets to this classic tale, worth more than $120 to give away!


Venue: Drama Centre Theatre, Singapore
Date (for winners): 30 April, Saturday, 230pm
Duration: 55 mins
Suitable for: Anyone from 3 to 103 years old!

:: Terms and Conditions
1.                   These tickets will be to the 2:30pm show on Saturday 30 April. 
2.                   Winner is to collect the tickets directly from I Theatre office @ 27 Kerbau Road from by 27 April (no onsite collection is allowed) during office hours.
3.                   Tickets are not exchangeable for cash or for other dates.
4.                   Please remember to leave a comment below on "How do you encourage your child(ren) to share?"
5.                   As the play takes place in Singapore, this giveaway is opened only to Singapore Residents. GOOD LUCK! 
Can't wait for the giveaway results? You can purchase tickets here!

Performances
Date/Time
APRIL
10:00 am
10:30 am
2:30 pm
Tuesday
26
Show 1

Show 2
Wednesday
27
Show 3

Show 4
Thursday
28
Show 5


Friday
29
Show 6


Saturday
30

Show 7
Show 8
Sunday
MAY 1

Show 9
Show 10
Monday
2
DARK
Tuesday
3
Show 11

Show 12
Wednesday
4
Show 13

Show 14
Thursday
5
Show 15


Friday
6
Show 16


Saturday
7

Show 17
Show 18
Sunday
8
DARK
Monday
9
Show 19

Show 20
Tuesday
10
Show 21

Show 22
Wednesday
11
Show 23

Show 24
Thursday
12
Show 25


Friday
13
Show 26


Saturday
14

Show 27
Show 28
Sunday
15

Show 29
Show 30

Shows in RED are For School groups only.

Disclaimer: The giveaway is kindly sponsored by I Theatre. We are not compensated for the post. All opinions expressed are entirely ours.

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31 comments:

  1. I will make sharing fun by giving them cooperative games in which they will work together toward a common goal. Do puzzles together, taking turns adding pieces

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  2. To encourage my kids to share, i will give them small treats or words of encouragement when they share their toys or books. And i will tell them that by sharing, they get to make more friends and generate good feelings around her.

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  3. I always remind my children to care and share. Also encourage them by rewarding them if they can do it. Although it does fail at times, as a parent, I dont give up and keep encouraging them. And yes, sometimes they do remember what I always remind them.

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  4. My boy is the only child so I encourage him to share his toys/ stickers with other children he meets as a way of initiating play. I also praise him whenever he takes the initiative to share.

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  5. I will borrow more books regarding sharing and read to my 2young boys and explain to them the benefits of sharing . So instead of only play with 1 particular toy they be able to play more toys when they share. So far it works for them. And on top of it I will praise them and identify immediately to them once they share everyone will be happy.

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  6. By reading books on sharing and being role model to them. Praising them for sharing.

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  7. By reading books on sharing and being role model to them. Praising them for sharing.

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  8. By teaching and sharing with them what's sharing about.it makes others happy and themselves happy. Everyone love kids who are willing to share.

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  9. Every time I will only buy one toy for them and tell them they have to share.. if they share I will praise them and as a reward I will buy more toy for them.. if they dun share or flight over the toy.. they toy will end up kept by me which end up all cant play..

    Julie tan

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  10. Show by example and make sure they share in everyday life. Even simple things like eating

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  11. Be an example by sharing things with them.

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  12. I will encourage my children to share by setting up a sharing reward chart. One sticker for one good sharing act.

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  13. I will encourage my children to share by setting up a sharing reward chart. One sticker for one good sharing act.

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  14. i do not have duplicates, hence my kids have no choice but to share!

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  15. I encourage my kids to share by kissing them and cuddling them when they are kind and generous.

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  16. We try to instil in them the habit of taking turns and exchanging toys as an alternative to sharing.

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  17. We get them to think of ways to play together in a cooperative manner. If the fights continue, we will threaten to keep the very thing they are fighting over, so no one gets to play it. That usually stops the bickering.


    Robert
    robert_sim@yahoo.com

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  18. Sharing is caring. I will encourage everyone , not only kids, but to set a good examples of sharing to kids. And so that the kids will eventually learn from adults, and share their things among each other. Well, on the other hand, i usually buy 1 set of item and they have to be shared together :)

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  19. We get them to take turns while playing together especially for board games since they need to be patient and wait for their turn to come..

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  20. In terms of food and things, I will normally ask them to share and let them know the benefits of sharing. Will let them have their own snacks sometimes as reward.

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  21. Instill the correct mindset as she's the only child and everything starts from us being her parents. Setting up examples so that she'll gradually learn that sharing can be a joy as she grows.

    Eileen Ng

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  22. I encourage my child to take turns when playing with peers. By instilling the idea of taking turns, we teach them about sharing.

    - Joycie
    electro1012@gmail.com

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  23. I will tell them that sharing is caring! Its shows how big your heart is.
    Cynthia Lau
    edenie98@yahoo.com

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  24. I am an only child and have all the toys by myself. I do not have to share however, it is lonely to play by myself. I told my story to my children which I did an experiment with them. I will separate them each with their toys in their own rooms. Very soon, one will look for the other and they start to play with each other. Since then, they have no problem sharing.

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  25. I only buy 1 set of toys for them to share. If they don't share, then none will get to play. House rules
    Joeanne Shim
    joeanneshim@hotmail.com

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  26. Hi, Thanks for hosting the fabulous giveaway! I have two daughters aged 6 and 4. We try our maximum by being a role model for them with regard to sharing. We all try to make them understand the importance of sharing between them and also with other kids while playing and when they are out.

    Siny Sebastian
    siny25@gmail.com

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  27. We encourage them to share their toys and snacks with their friends when we host friends or go over to friends' place. They can feel the joy when they share.

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  28. I say when we share, we get to play more toys than we have.
    Alan Tan

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  29. I would usually tell one of my boys on a tasty/interesting snack/toy/book etc and then tasked him to share it with his brother. After which, we would end up sharing our views on the food/toy/book and even discuss how we can share it with their friends!

    FB: Ang Chris

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  30. I will encourage my children to share by making sharing fun by teaching them cooperative games toward a common goal such as doing puzzles together, taking turns adding pieces, giving them things and food to share with each other and praising them every time they share !

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