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Grampa Eliezer finds an enormous carrot growing in his garden and needs the help of his family, the dog, the cat, and even a mouse to pull it out. Through music and play, children will experience garden work and learn about the different vegetables in this adaptation of the beloved multicultural folk tale Eliezer vehagezer.

Following the interactive story, children will participate in a hands-on planting activity in celebration of Tu B’Shvat.

When: Thursday, 25 January 2024, from 10am

Where: Randwick location (address will be sent to ticket holders before the event)

Cost: $20

Hila Tells Stories is an interactive storytelling performance company for toddlers, pre-schools, and primary school children.

Our adaptations of multicultural classic children’s books to a range of interactive performances are designed to enrich children’s world of imagination with creativity and joy. Their interactive nature teaches young minds to think fast, develop confidence, and learn social skills through the magic of theatre.

Our performances strive to empower children, parents, and teachers alike to learn new emotional skills, work together and follow their own curiosity through exposure to play.

Founder, Hila Ben Gera is a children’s storyteller with over a decade of experience, a professionally trained Theatre -Maker, Actress, Director, and Playwright, Hila’s compassionate approach to storytelling invites children to interact with the worlds of wonder she creates on stage.