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Greedy Cat By Joy Cowley: CANCELLED

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  • Individual Adult Ticket: $17.91 ea ($16.50 + $1.41 fees)
  • Individual Child Ticket: $14.35 ea ($14.00 + $0.35 fees)
  • Family Pass (4 tickets): $59.38 ea ($55.00 + $4.38 fees)
  • Primary School or Early Childhood Centre Ticket: $9.23 ea ($9.00 + $0.23 fees)
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Dates

Show more sessions

Restrictions

All Ages

Tim Bray Theatre Company presents Greedy Cat by Joy Cowley, adapted by Tim Bray, music by Christine White.

Ages:
3–10

Show Length:
Approx. 50 minutes

About the Show:
"Greedy Cat sat by the big fridge door. Meow! Meow! Meow! He wanted more.” New Zealand’s most famous cat appears live on stage in a delightful, funny and furry show. Based on many of Joy Cowley’s much-loved early reader books.

"Tim Bray and team bring to life author Joy Cowley and illustrator Robin Belton’s Greedy Cat with a production that celebrates feline curiosities and fun; creating a hugely enjoyable (and far more affordable) kids alternative to Lloyd-Webber’s global hit, Cats." - Theatreview review

Costume Parade:
Encourage your children to dress up as their favourite character from the book for the onstage Costume Parade just prior to the start of the Saturday shows.

When you make your booking you may like to donate to our Gift a Seat™ programme. This allows Tim Bray Theatre Company to offer a free seat to a child from a low decile school, Kelston Deaf Education Centre, BLENNZ (Blind and Low Vision Education Network of NZ) or Make-A-Wish (NZ).
Gift a Seat™—where you can make a difference to children by letting them experience the joys of live theatre.

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