01.04 – Theatre “Danny & Dessi” – “Honey Tales”
А honey saleswoman goes around trying to sell her jars of honey, but it turns out she’s among the children. Then she decides to tell them her favourite stories from her childhood. Suddenly in front of the children’s eyes she is creating the stage design, and with the 9 jars of honey she creates 18 forest characters, in the stories that she tells. The performance is based entirely on improvisation and communication with the audience. A fun show based on the classical Bulgarian stories “Working Mama Bear” and “The Hungry Little Bear.”
08.04 – State Puppet Theatre Sliven – “Leche Buboleche”
There’s everything in the forest, everything. Even when you’re alone, you’ll find a true friend and will not be in danger. The forest is full of adventures, songs, everything for the children.
15.04 – Theatre “Dennitsa – Art” – “Monkeys Can Do Everything”
Some have big eyes so that they can see far,
Some have long legs so that they can run fast,
Some have a long neck so that they can eat leaves from high above,
Some have big wings, to fly South
And the monkeys, the monkeys can do anything!
22.04 – State Puppet Theatre Gabrovo – “The Magic Wand”
This is a story that tells about the real life of people, about the power of the good deeds, and explains the matter of values. The magic wand makes wonders, but has real powers when it’s in good hands. If it’s in the hands of greedy people, it stops lighting. The final scene of the story tells that in our fight for the material, we lose our values of good and beautiful.
29.04 – Theatre “Karlson” – The Violinist and the Little Bird
In a small town, on a smalls square, a violinist was playing. His big wish was to become a famous musician. Looking for his dream, he found true friendship. Helping a little bird with a broken wing to fly again towards the sun, the violinist managed to feel truly happy.
The classic tales are told in a very funny and attractive way, adapted for kids.
All kids are welcomed every Saturday from 11:00 AM at The Mall, 2nd floor. The shows are free.