Win tickets to see Noddy at the Artscape!

I think a love of live performance in the way of theatre, ballet, orchestra, puppet shows or amateur school plays is such a lovely interest to instill in kids from a young age and vividly recall going to see the ballet with my granny at the old Nico Malan (now Artscape) as well as various shows for kids on our holidays down to Cape Town – these special outings were always accompanied by such excitement and I have continued that tradition with my own kids that we always have a visit to the theatre during each school holiday….

As I mentioned in my recent article listing Top 10 things to do in the winter school holidays with your kidsThe Artscape Theatre in Cape Town is putting on Make way for Noddy during the upcoming school holidays and I am pleased to have 4 tickets to give away to the show on Monday 25 June at 10.30am!

Noddy has a bad cold and he needs some medicine to help him get better. The naughty goblins, Sly and Gobbo, convince Noddy that the medicine will have awful side effects. Dinah Doll chases Noddy all over Toyland to persuade him that medicine really can help!

Remember to arrive early so that you can have your face painted with a flower, star or butterfly.

MAKE WAY FOR NODDY runs in the ARTSCAPE THEATRE FOYER from 23 June – 7 July daily at 10:30. Should you not win this time you can purchase tickets at R50 per person via Computicket or Artscape Dial-a-Seat on 021 421 7695.

The competition is open to all blog readers in Cape Town and comprises of 4 tickets worth R200 for Monday 25 June at 10:30am.

How To Enter

1. “Like” Becoming you on Facebook

2. Leave a comment on this blog post sharing your earliest memory of going to a theatre show.

The competition winner will be drawn on Friday 22 June and notified by email by Saturday 23 June.

images: Artscape

Kathryn Rossiter

Kathryn is a South African lifestyle blogger and mom of 2 who has been blogging daily for over 9 years! She writes about travel, health, beauty, fashion, decor and family... but not food (unless it's food she's eaten made by someone else) as she is a hopeless cook. She only wakes up early for 2 things... a red-eye flight to somewhere exotic and early morning game drives. She has just finished an extensive home renovation and would prefer to never see another box again. She's never met a chocolate or glass of bubbles that she didn't like!

  1. My earliest memory is of the ballet. I went as a little girl and loved the music and costumes and dreamed of being a ballerina 🙂

  2. Pantomime! I remember going to one of Richard Lorings shows as a kid in Zim with my folks. It was an enchanted and funny evening!

  3. i am a fan already..I remember going to see ballets with mom, sister and gran at christmas time…i remeber mom fogetting the tickets and then racing all the way home to get them!!

  4. i also am a fan already 🙂
    I went to go see the three bears when in primary school but don’t remeber it much. i deffinatly remember taking my son to his first Noddy show at the artscape and how much he and his little brother enjoyed it.

  5. Ooooh would love tickets to see Noddy. Havent done a live performance with Summer yet and 25th June is her birthday so will be a great way to do something special xxx

    1. earliest childhood memory? well unfortunately my family did not have the money to do such things when i was growing up but as we got older we have been fortunate to have seen quite a few – and LOVE it!! i do remember participating in church plays and ballet concerts at school 🙂 i remember acting as a bird in a school play – a very important and crucial role right??? haha 🙂

  6. my earliest memory was going to watch a show at the Artscape foyer (nico malan at the time) with my mom and sister. Cant remember the show, but remember sitting on the steps, could have been Peter Rabbit. Gosh that was +- 30years back, now im taking my kids.

  7. I remember going to the theatre in the holidays with my gran – I was always so excited to go and see the “Three Little Bears”

    My daugther loves the theatre and has only been to the Baxter – I know she will love to see Noddy as it is also one of her favourite books.

    I am a fan of “becoming you” have been for a while 😉

  8. Earliest memory is definitely going to the pantomime’s in JHB with my parents. I was probably about 4/5. Now I am the one taking my girls (2 and 4) to shows 🙂

  9. My earliest memory is of going to a puppet show at our local theatre of Puff the Magic Dragon. Forty years later I still remember the magic of it all. I would love to take my boys to see Noddy.

  10. My earliest memory was going to watch Goldilocks and the Three Bears at the Baxter Kids theatre. Wow. I loved those days.
    I like Becoming You and Subscribe already 🙂

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