Hawthorn Arts Centre to present Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s The Little Prince

In association with Fremantle based Spare Parts Puppet Theatre, Hawthorn Arts Centre have announced a one off performance of an adaptation of beloved children’s book The Little Prince, by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.

Adapted by Simon Clarke, and directed by Michael Barlow, this acclaimed production of one of the most widely read books in history (and the fourth most translated book of all time) will be performed on Tuesday 7th June, at 11am. The show is aimed at audiences aged 4-12, though the phenomenal success of the book, as well as Spare Parts’ reputation across Australia, suggest that the show might have a much wider appeal.


Tickets are available through the Hawthorn Arts Centre website.
Discounts are available for groups 8+. Spare Parts Puppet Theatre will also be bringing their production of The Little Prince to other venues across Australia. See their website for other dates/locations.


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