Fairies spread magic over audiences

THE Fairies are so delighted to announce their new and very magical concert, Fairytales & Nursery Rhymes, which will visit Rockhampton's Pilbeam Theatre on November 10 for two performances.

With popular characters from Series 3 of the Fairies (now showing on Channel 7 at 3.30pm weekdays), the show will feature Harmony, Rhapsody, Barnaby and Wizzy and will introduce the very beautiful Fairy Princess Minuet, the Dancing Fairy, who will delight children as her tutu sparkles and she dances beautifully en pointe!

Everyone loves nursery rhymes, and you'll be able to sing along with your favourites from The Fairies' brand new DVD, “Nursery Rhymes”, such as Six Little Ducks, It's Raining It's Pouring, Der Glumph Went, The Little Green Frog and fairy many more.

Plus for the first time ever, The Fairies will sing and dance to new favourites as Fairytales come to life in song: Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Goldilocks and the Three Bears and the pre-school fairy hit, Princess Perfect, from Sleeping Beauty.

Jen Watts, Creator of The Fairies and writer and director of Fairytales & Nursery Rhymes tour, says: “I think this show will be our most magical, fun-filled and beautiful show ever! With magnificent dancing, fabulous songs and well-loved nursery rhymes, every sparkly, sequined minute will be fan-fairy-tastic!”

“Every child deserves the opportunity to dress up in their favourite fairy, elf or wizard costume and bring their best dancing feet and prettiest singing voices along to Fairytales & Nursery Rhymes”.

The Fairies will be appearing in a town near you, and cannot extend their tour, so don't miss out on your tickets!

For more information or to purchase your tickets visit www.thefairies.com or phone the Pilbeam Theatre on 4927 4111.



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