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The Princess has lost her golden ball and only the Frog can help her!
In this reworking of the classic Fairy story the Princess must learn the value of kindness.
Lots of fun with a moral theme.
This production supports the National Curriculum study of Traditional Tales as well as Literacy, PSHE and promoting healthy eating!
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"Children and staff enjoyed the show. Children engaged and interested & loved costumes. Thank you for getting to us in the adverse conditions and hope to see you all again."
Jill Lovell, George Tomlinson Primary School
"Dear Hobgoblin Theatre Group,
Thank you for coming to show us the Frog and Princess fairy story. We thought it was brilliant and funny. We hope you will come and visit us soon.
Love from McGough Class"
"What a wonderful performance. The Nursery and Reception children told me they really liked it. When we came back after the play the children requested to have the story of The Frog Prince again! Lovely costumes and props. Fantastic. Well done!"
Ms S Amrit, Uxendon Manor Primary School
"Excellent. Much cheaper than trying to take 6 classes to the local panto and organise coaches! Good length. Workshop fun and simple. Children made progress from beginning to end".
Hilary Southern, Assistant Head, Bradley Primary School
"Excellent. Entertaining. Captured all of the children's interest. A moral story with educational element. BEST EVER HAD! Thanks!"
Miss Baillie, Wimbledon Chase Primary School
"Enjoyable with a moral that we can follow up in class. Age appropriate. The seating arrangement was good and the length of the play was just right."
Mrs K Panesar, Chilcote Primary School
"We loved it - the play was great and we enjoyed the active drama workshop even more. Led 90 children in a very exciting activity - it could have been chaos but it was not at all.
Excellent - would use Hobgoblin again."
"Very entertaining and age appropriate. The children participated enthusiastically and,for some of them, this was their first day at school! The drama session was a wonderful start of year ice breaker, thank you so much."
Jenny Chapman, Bishop Ridley Primary School
Lucy Kelly, Woodridge Primary School
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