Sleeping Beauty

100 year curse is broken and frees the Sleeping Beauty.

Sleeping Beauty Artwork Angry, evil Green Fairy turns up to a christening she wasn’t invited to and casts a dreadful spell on the poor baby princess. Her curse: The child will prick her finger on a spindle and die. The Pink Fairy has a wish left and changes that curse to: She will not die but sleep for 100 years. Poor Princess Aurora is bored of being a Princess and wants to be ordinary. She meets the disguised Green Fairy in the palace gardens and is tricked by her to prick her finger. Everyone in the palace falls asleep. 100 years later, a handsome Prince comes by the castle and attempts to find the Sleeping Beauty. Many princes have tried to rescue her before him but the Green Fairy has killed them all. This time she changes into a Dragon and attacks the Prince. But the Pink Fairy is there to assist him and the Prince slays the Dragon and breaks the spell. Sleeping Beauty is woken with a kiss for a fairytale happy ending.

Fun-packed show for the whole family with 6 catchy songs. 

Performed at The Colour House Theatre, SW19 in 2009 and 2013.

Information:

Duration: 1hr

Number of Songs: 6

Performed by: Adults

Suitable for: Whole family, particularly children age 3-9yrs.

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Sleeping Beauty

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