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Get ready for a magical and interactive show that invites children and their parents to gather around a cozy “fire”.

Hila Tells Stories adaptation of the beloved multicultural folktale, ‘Stone Soup.’

Once upon a time, a group of tired and hungry travellers reached a strange and humble village. They were hoping for some food and a place to rest, but the villagers turned them away.

Through music, imagination, and storytelling, this show takes us on a journey about community, sharing, and being kind to one another.

The performance is written and performed by Hila Ben Gera, a children’s storyteller with over a decade of experience. As 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.


The ‘Stone Soup Magic!’ Experience Includes:

  • Interactive theatre production of ‘Stone Soup Magic!’
    • Written and performed by Hila Ben Gera
    • Duration: 45 minutes
    • Audience: Ages 3 – 10 years old
  • Craft activity
    • Facilitated by PJ Library’s Wendy Dolowitz
  • Sydney Jewish Museum
    • Family Scavenger Hunt

Access to the Sydney Jewish Museum, Judaism Exhibition on the ground floor (child appropriate)

WHEN: Sunday, 21 July, 11am

WHERE: Sydney Jewish Museum

COST: $24 p.p. Book 4 or more tickets at $20pp – discount automatically applied at checkout. Adults at kids prices

This is not a drop off event and children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian

Show Duration: 45 minutes.

Audience: This show is recommended for ages 3 – 10.