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“The Little Prince” charmed those both big and small


Big and small theatre fans from different substitute homes and safe houses across Estonia visited the Theatre House, in Tartu, with the support of Heategevusfond. They went to see the The Little Prince, which is based on the book of the same name by French writer Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. Afterwards they took family photos at Toomemägi, met the actors, and visited the Toy Museum.

The play was in a small cosy hall, which was so home-like and at the children’s fingertips. In its simplicity, it seemed so genuine and sweet: the children felt as if they were a part of the fairytale.

The children also participated in presenting the award for Tartu’s best children’s writer, which took place immediately after the play. They slowly came out of the enchanting fairytale in the Toy Museum, where everyone found a pleasant activity.

At home, the children proudly showed the teachers and other children books with autographs, from which they read bedtime stories for many days after the theatre visit. And the phrase ‘Draw me a sheep’ has now firmly been rooted in the experience of these children, meaning more than just the desire to see a sheep on paper ...

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