Monday, September 19, 2016

Giveaway: Charlotte's Web by Singapore Repertory Theatre!

One of E.B. White’s most popular creations, Charlotte’s Web is a beautiful tale of love and friendship. The story centres on Wilbur, a runt pig, and Charlotte, a barn spider. Having been adapted and produced both as a cartoon and a movie, I am pleased to share that The Little Company (part of Singapore Repertory Theatre) will be bringing this story to the stage from 28 October.

To avoid Wilbur being sent to the butcher, Charlotte proves to be a true friend by coming to his rescue. Drawing attention to Wilbur through skillfully woven messages about the pig, her efforts succeeded in making Wilbur a celebrity pig of some sort, much to the delight of Farmer Zuckerman and his family.

This delightful classic has been hailed as "the best American children's book of the past two hundred years" by The Children's Literature Association. Simple in story line but rich in lessons on love and sacrifices, this is definitely a wonderful story to share with your children. 


I am pleased to share that I have a family package of 4 tickets to give away! 

Enter the rafflecopter below for a chance to win a family package of 4 tickets! 



NOTE: Winner’s tickets are for Saturday 12 November, 11am. The date and time cannot be changed.

Tickets are to be collected from the box office prior to the start of the play. Please collect at least an hour in advance.

Comments are compulsory so do remember to leave a comment on "What is the key lesson from Charlotte's Web you wish to share with your child(ren) and why"?

Event Dates
Fri, 28 Oct - Sun, 11 Dec 2016
Weekends & Public Holiday : 11am & 2pm
Weekdays : 10am
28 Oct 2016 (Fri) : 3pm

Venue
KC Arts Centre - Home of SRT (Previously known as DBS Arts Centre) 
To buy your tickets at SISTIC, please click here 

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

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48 comments:

  1. Friends comes in all shapes and sizes. It's important to be a true friend no matter what.

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  2. I wih my children will never give up friendships with others easily!

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  3. Service before self. It's important to help others and place others before self. Not to be selfish.

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  4. Be a true friend and lend a helping hand to those in need.

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  5. Lend a hand to others when they are in need of help and learn how to love others with sincere hearts. I always teach my kids not to be selfish and be sincere to others.

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  6. Kindness begets kindness. Do what a true friend should be. Lend a hand to those in need.

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  7. Friend dun come easy treasure them b4 they r gone

    Fb julie tan

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  8. Treasure your friends and always lend them a helping hand when they are in need!

    chengling tan (fb)

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  9. Treasure friendship and lend a helping hand to those in need!

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  10. I want my kids to know that friendship is one of the most important things in the world.

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  11. Would love my child to learn & understand about empathy & cherish what she has been given and at the same time learn about putting oneself before others.

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  12. ** putting others before oneself.
    (fat fingers makes mistakes..opps sorry)

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  13. I want my kids to always be humble. Wilbur was modest; fame did not spoil him. As a result, everyone gravitated toward him even more.

    Zoey Chan

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  14. I hope my children will learn to treasure their friends and be there for their friends whenever they need a helping hand or encouragement.

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  15. Treasure friendship and giving a helping hand whenever it's within their ability.

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  16. Learn how to give selflessly and treasure friendship as they are the ones who can share your joys or sorrows.

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  17. To be a true friend and build true friendships.

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  18. To learn a friendship can be a very fulfilling and essential part of life. Fiona

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  19. One thing that I think I want to share with my children from this story is that friendship is very important. If it were not for Charlotte, Wilbur would have gotten killed.

    Louis Lee

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  20. When you are a true friend, you will be there in your friend's time irrespective of time.

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  21. Treasure friendship as true friends are hard to come by!

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  22. Friendship, this is probably the hardest things I need to teach my child. I realised maybe this play could be the way to teach him how to maintain a friendship.

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  23. Will teach them the importance of friendship.
    Lyn Teo

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  24. Friendship is not about looks or status, but about true friends who are there when in need.

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  25. Selfless love and friendship!
    Teo Yee Long

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  26. Reciprocate the friendship that your friends offer and be sincere and truthful to them.

    Carolyn Lim

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  27. The key lesson: Love of friendship as well as the importance of choosing a true friend or a real friend !

    FB: Siaw Hoon New

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  28. Importance of friendship. Be sincere to everyone.

    FB: Chay Jing Mei

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  29. We learned about the power of helping others. It could changed our life and others too!

    Judy Foo

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  30. learn in the power of friendship and never give it up easily
    FB Jaime Chan

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  31. Learn about helping others, friendship and never give up easily.

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  32. I would like to take this chance to teach my child about being persistent and believe in what he thinks is correct. I would also do hope to let him understand more about empathy and being helpful to his friends~

    Facebook: Sharon Ng

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  33. I will teach my kids to be helpful and be true to his friends. Never give up!

    Fb: Celin AC

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  34. I hope the story teaches my kids that small things can make big changes. Like Fern and Charlotte, that size doesn't always matter.

    FB Name: Ct Nurbaah

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  35. Friends are not only within your same race, language or religion. And that he must value the meaning of friendship!

    Fb name: hsienlee Koo

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  36. Importance of friendship and there's always something special in everyone
    FB: Joanna tan

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  37. Sacrificial love and treasure all friendship they have!

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  38. I wanna teach my girl on love and sacrifices and what friendship is all about! It's a lesson for what me as a Mother have gone thru too. Not a friends you met a truthful to you...a lot comes and go! But those who stay by ur side when you are happy and sad are your true friends!!

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  39. I want my girl to learn and understand the meaning of friendship and the importance of choosing a true friend. True friends help and care for one another. A friend in need is a friend indeed.

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  40. I wish my kids to learn the importance of friendship and loyalty. How charlotte helped Wilbur even to her death.

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  41. Many a times, we always think that our friends must be big and powerful to help us. But Charlotte showed us that even a small spider can save a pig's life. Hence i want to share with my children - be friends with everyone regardless of their built, their background or even differences. There are so much that others can teach us.

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  42. Show compassion whenever possible and treasure friendship.
    Khor Lee Ling

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  43. Loyalty goes hand-in-hand with the theme of friendship in the novel.
    Fern and Charlotte are both very loyal to Wilbur. They work hard to save him from slaughter because they love him, especially Charlotte. Even when she is tired or near the end of her life, she is still thinking of how to help Wilbur.

    In the real world, people are often loyal to other people (like family members) or to objects (like food.) I would discuss with my children the two types of loyalty and see if they have any opinion on which one seems better.

    Fb: Ajeek syasya
    IG: Syasya101088
    Twitter: syasyapinklady

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  44. I hope the kids will know true friends are not limited to colour or race.

    My FB is Andy Neo

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  45. Treasure your friends especially those good one as good Friends are hard to come by

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