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Magic in the Bush

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All Ages

Listed by

Jacqueline Sanders

Magic in the Bush is a musical exploration through the magical New Zealand Bush. The performers and puppets bring creatures of the forest to life with character-filled songs that will follow you home. This is guaranteed to be lots of fun and giggles as we learn all about the amazing animals and birds you will find in our native forests!

This show is part of the Hullabaloo Festival and has been created by The Magic Playhouse.
It suitable for children aged 3-10 years.

This show is performed within the grounds of one of our favourite Northland attractions, The Pioneer Village in Kaikohe. The museum has collections of Maori Taonga, engines, tractors and vintage buildings. Have a train ride, explore the grounds and have a bite to eat at the cafe. The event is all weather with the show held in a marquee.

Gather together the kids and make a day of it these School Holidays!

Ticket price for this show includes entry to The Pioneer Village.
Train ride is not included in price but can be purchased at the venue.
We recommend arriving 30 mins before your selected performance time and explore the grounds after the show!

This show is possible due to the support of the Kaikohe-Hokianga Community Board.

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