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Win a Family Pass to See BCT’s “Once on This Island” Broadway Musical

The Bangkok Community Theatre will stage the musical “Once on This Island”,  a family musical, recommended for kids ages 10+. However, younger children who love performing arts and magical worlds would enjoy it as well. It’s a 90 minute show in one act (no intermission), so it is suitable for those who can sit still for this period of time.

The show is set on an island with a catchy Caribbean influenced score, and promises a joyful theatre experience. It revolves around the story of Ti Moune, a peasant girl orphaned by a storm. She is adopted by two loving peasants and she dreams of a life bigger than her own. She falls in love with a boy from the rich side of the Island and heals him after he suffers from a car crash. The power of love guides her to overcome death and to her final destiny. One of the cast members includes Pan, a sweet and talented 10 year old girl playing the young version of Ti Moune.

BKK Kids is excited to be giving away a family pass (up to 4 tickets) to one lucky winner for the Saturday, 23 March 2019, matinee show at 4pm. To join this giveaway, simple enter your details below. Contest closes on Friday, 22 March at 8pm. We will contact the winner via email by 10pm that same evening. You can pick up your tickets at the theatre’s ticketing booth right before the start of the show. Good luck!

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For more details on the show, including additional show times, please see below:

Once on this Island – a musical by Lynn Ahrens (lyrics) and Stephen Flaherty (music)
Directed by: Michael Allman
Produced by: Nimphiya Dhar
When: 7:30pm, March 22, 23, 29 and 30; Matinees 4pm, March 23 and 30
Where: Creative Industries, M Theatre, New Petchburi Rd., Bangkok
Tickets: 850 baht at Ticketmelon.com
Further info: www.bangkokcommunitytheatre.com


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