West Moreton Community Kindergarten is once again hosting the Play School concert. Kindy students are (from left) Abbey Woodall, Rory Erb Ellie Hayes, and Benjamin Lattimore.
West Moreton Community Kindergarten is once again hosting the Play School concert. Kindy students are (from left) Abbey Woodall, Rory Erb Ellie Hayes, and Benjamin Lattimore. David Nielsen

Open wide and come inside

FROM appearing on everyone's TV screens forever, Play School is about to appear live in concert at West Moreton Anglican College.

Hosted by C&K West Moreton Community Kindergarten, Play School will be at WestMAC's hall on Tuesday June 12, from 10am.

Play School live in concert features two presenters - the real stars of the ever-popular television series - the toys.

Here's a sneak peek: Prince Big Ted has a royal crown, he has a royal cloak but he doesn't have a royal castle.

He sets off to find one, joined by his friends Humpty, Jemima, Little Ted and the Play School toys as he travels through a fun-filled world of nursery rhymes, songs and stories.

For more, you'll have to book a ticket at C&K West Moreton Community Kindergarten, Keswick Rd, Karrabin.

Tickets are $14.50 with adults at children's prices and under 12 months free.

So get ready to sing, dance and jump for joy, with a live show that will delight all Play School fans.



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