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Tue 2 Oct 2018, 11:00am–11:50am
Tue 2 Oct 2018, 1:00pm–1:50pm

Where: Hannah Playhouse, 12 Cambridge Terrace, Te Aro, Wellington

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Ticket: $12.00
  • Pay-it-Forward (for a little bit extra you can help low-decile schools experience theatre): $15.00
  • Pay-it-Further (your generosity will help a class of students to the National Arts Festival): $20.00
  • Additional fees may apply


Listed by: bernm

Ann Droid implements the story of Pinocchio in the 21st century. In this story Pinocchio is a little robot girl called Ann who feels at home in the virtual world by using the digital devices children use today.

Her goal is to turn into a real human; therefore, she needs to learn the most important virtues: bravery, loyalty, honesty and joy of useful activities.

The show explores how one can find the balance between virtual and real world by connecting creatively one's digital skills with actual experiences.

A unique show combining theatre with the newest digital technologies: projection, a smart LED costume; a robot ball and a drone. Ann Droid is a wonderfully animated journey of how Robot Girl becomes human.

A fascinating story for all ages.

“Spell-binding!” - The Irish Mirror

“I didn’t want it to end.” - Johana, 6 years old

Bandart Productions:
Bandart Productions is visual dance theatre company from Hungary. They create live created animation and theatre shows. Their pieces have received 3 awards and been invited to more than 90 festivals, corporate events and gala shows all over the world. Recently their performance received the Golden Buzzer in the Hungary's Got Talent TV show.

Capital E - National Theatre for Children
We’re an award-winning not-for-profit organisation based in the cultural capital of Wellington, and our focus is young people and their creativity. Our focus is to inspire, exemplify, unlock doors and open grand vistas of opportunity for young people. Capital E programmes explore and enhance creative thinking and action, providing both the awareness of possibilities, and the means to make them reality for children taking part.

Capital E is part of Experience Wellington, a registered charity and a Council Controlled Organisation established by Wellington City Council to develop and manage Wellington’s cultural and arts assets. Capital E includes the National Theatre for Children, MediaLab, the OnTV Studio, Events, and our National Arts Festival. Our staff are an amazing array of people with a depth and diversity of skills and experience in technology, performance, education, and management.

Prices*: Tickets $12.00; Children under 2 free, but please note when booking. $15.00 Pay-it-forward! Ticket (for a little bit extra you can help children from low-decile schools experience the magic of theatre); $20.00 Pay-it-further! Ticket (Every little bit counts and your generosity will help a class of students have a theatre experience at the National Arts Festival). *Service fees may apply.

Performance length: Approx. 50 minutes (no interval). Recommended for age 4+ Latecomers will be seated when appropriate. Seating options to be advised.

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