In today's Frankston performance, my 4yo noted that one of the daughters from the book version of "We're Going On A Bear Hunt" does not appear in the onstage show, and the dog (who is hilarious on stage by the way) is called Buster, whereas in the book he has no name; it's funny the little things that children notice, although it is his favourite book!
Throughout the performance there is a little sing song encouragement plus a little water spray to add some fun.
The show is 50 minutes in duration, which is just enough for the little ones in the family. Some children brought their own little teddy bears along for the experience; a lovely idea I thought.
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There is still a chance to enjoy the onstage tale of the intrepid family who venture through swishy swashy grass, a splashy river squelchy mud, a deep dark forest and a swirly whirly snow storm in search of a bear.
Catch the Bear at the following remaining theatres:
On Saturday 26th May is the National Business Brilliance Awards & Conference which is a celebration of amazing women in business (who also mange to fulfil the role of amazing mum!) by way of showing off their products and services, listening to their inspiring stories and celebrating their achievements.