ACT 3 International Presents ‘Jelly, Wobble!’

It’s the June holidays! One very fun activity that kids can check out from now until 9 June is ‘Jelly, Wobble!’, an arts-filled programme by ACT 3 International. It’s a 2-hour drop-off programme for kids aged 4 to 8 and includes four key elements: interactive art exhibitions, show, drama workshop, and art-making activities.

Inspired by ‘The Jelly that wouldn’t Wobble’ by Angela Mitchell, each session is for a maximum of 45 children divided into 3 groups. The children take part in a drama workshop and make two different types of crafts before celebrating Princess Lolly’s 89th birthday and performing for her! We dropped Anya off for the 10.30am session and she was all smiles when we came back and so eager to perform her little dance and to show us what she had made.

Jelly, Wobble!

Jelly, Wobble!

celebrating Princess Lolly's birthday

celebrating Princess Lolly’s birthday

showing off the crafts that she made

showing off the crafts that she made

Princess Lolly is here!

Princess Lolly is here!

birthday dance for Princess Lolly

birthday dance for Princess Lolly

Princess Lolly wants her cake

Princess Lolly wants her cake

what a splendid cake!

what a splendid cake!

a jelly surprise for Princess Lolly... but it wouldn't wobble!

a jelly surprise for Princess Lolly… but it wouldn’t wobble!

we managed to get the jelly to wobble!

we managed to get the jelly to wobble!

drawing Princess Lolly's portrait

drawing Princess Lolly’s portrait

a picture with the jelly

a picture with the jelly

Activity: ACT 3 International presents ‘Jelly, Wobble!’
Date: 30 May to 9 June
Time: 10.30am – 12.30pm or 3.30pm – 5.30pm
Venue: ION Art Gallery, Level 4, ION Orchard
Price: $35

Additionally, you may also want to check out ACT 3 International’s inaugural ‘Children-for-Children’ project. Watch young thespians presenting dramatic works inspired by Asian stories and local authors. Kicking off the series are six short works based on stories written by Singaporean authors that have been adapted by ACT 3 International to incorporate various theatrical styles such as Chinese opera, dramatic readings as well as choral and dance movement. This will be held during the Asian Festival of Children’s Content 2015.

Date: 3 to 5 June 2015, Various Times
Where: National Library Building, 100 Victoria Street

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