Children`s Festival of Silliness

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January 21
2 p.m.
  • Hay River
January 23
  • 6:30 pm
    • Fort Simpson
January 27
  • 1:00 pm
    • Yellowknife
January 27
  • 6:30 pm
    • Yellowknife
January 27
  • 4:00 pm
    • Yellowknife

Ticket price

  • Adults: 
    $12
  • Seniors: 
    $10
  • Youth: 
    $10
  • Mr. Frog - film: 
    $5
Yellowknife
NACC
Robinson Crusoe 
+ Friday
Jan 27 | 1 pm
 
NACC
Fun and games 
in the lobby
Jan 27 | 2 to 4 pm
 
NACC
Habitats
Jan 27 | 4 pm
 
NACC
Silly dinner
Jan 27 | 5:15 pm
 
NACC
Mr. Frog (film)
Jan 27 | 6:30 pm
 
Robinson 
Crusoe + Friday
Hay River 
Riverview Cineplex
Jan 21 | 2 pm
 
Robinson 
Crusoe + Friday

Fort Simpson

Bompas 
Elementary Gym
Jan 23 | 6:30 pm
 

An interdisciplinary bilingual performance, Habitats is for all ages, incorporating elements of contemporary dance, physical comedy, circus and shadow puppetry presented by AFCY. Exploring the relationship between a clown and an acrobatic stilt dancer, Habitats is a poetic work inspired by the themes of home and migration. A woman accompanied by a mysterious white hare travels through dream-like roads in search of her identity.
 
Robinson Crusoe + Friday
Shipwrecked on a remote island, English sailor Robinson Crusoe works against all odds to survive alone for 25 years. Then one day, he rescues a stranger from cannibals and the two develop a remarkable friendship. Adapted from the classic Daniel Defoe novel by Vancouver-based Axis Theatre, this imaginative retelling emphasizes communication, embracing cultural differences and empathy. Set sail with Robinson and Friday on an adventure full of comedic miscommunication, history and heart!
 
Mr. Frog (YK only) - TICKETS $5 - BUY THEM HERE!
In partnership with the Montreal International Children’s Film Festival
The life of the children in the class of teacher Frans is completely upside down when they discover that their teacher sometimes turns into a frog. Sita, a girl who loves amphibians, is so fond of her teacher that she wants to protect him at all cost from other dangerous animals.