Sitara Kids

Sitara Kids

During the academic year, Sitara Kids offers, interactive theatre shows promoting a love of story and an understanding of the performing arts. These shows are for children aged 3-11 years old.

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The Tiger Who Came to Tea

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Sitara brings to life this classic picture book by the late Judity Kerr

In a highly interactive show, about minding your manners, Sophie and her family are unprepared for a visit from a very boisterous and extremely hungry tiger. Packed full of hilarious characters, this show combines music, masks and excellent manners, to delight and entertain your young studentss.

Available in your school or in the open air theatre in Family Park, el Rehab. Adapted and directed by Emma Davies

For children aged 3-8 years old.

At School – Minimum 70 students / 2 shows at day
At Family Park – Minimum 70 – Maximum 300 students Book now

Sitara Workshops

Sitara Workshops

We’re Going on a Bear Hunt
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Using sound effects and drama to go on a super sensory Bear Hunt.

For children aged 3-5 years old

Using sound effects and drama to go on a super sensory Bear Hunt.

For children aged 3-5 years old

Due to Covid 19 workshops are not currently available

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Room on the Broom
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Making and operating puppets and a look at rhyme and rhythm.

For children aged 4-6 years old

Making and operating puppets and a look at rhyme and rhythm.

For children aged 4-6 years old

Making and operating puppets and a look at rhyme and rhythm.

For children aged 4-6 years old

The Very Hungry Caterpillar
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Exploring the Life Cycle of the Caterpillar with drama and shadow puppetry.

For children aged 3-5 years old

Exploring the Life Cycle of the Caterpillar with drama and shadow puppetry.

For children aged 3-5 years old

Exploring the Life Cycle of the Caterpillar with drama and shadow puppetry.

For children aged 3-5 years old

The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark
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Playing with black light theatre and discussing facing fears.

For children aged 5-7 years old

Playing with black light theatre and discussing facing fears.

For children aged 5-7 years old

Playing with black light theatre and discussing facing fears.

For children aged 5-7 years old

Minotaur
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Introducing Greek mythology and making shadow puppets of mythological creatures.

For children aged 7-11 years old

Minimum: 40 – Maximum: 70 students

Introducing Greek mythology and making shadow puppets of mythological creatures.

For children aged 7-11 years old

Minimum: 40 – Maximum: 70 students

Introducing Greek mythology and making shadow puppets of mythological creatures.

For children aged 7-11 years old

Minimum: 40 – Maximum: 70 students

The Twits
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Exploring Roald Dahl’s writing techniques and script work.

For children aged 7-11 years old

Exploring Roald Dahl’s writing techniques and script work.

For children aged 7-11 years old

Exploring Roald Dahl’s writing techniques and script work.

For children aged 7-11 years old

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We’re Going on a Bear Hunt
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Using sound effects and drama to go on a super sensory Bear Hunt.

For children aged 3-5 years old

Using sound effects and drama to go on a super sensory Bear Hunt.

For children aged 3-5 years old

Using sound effects and drama to go on a super sensory Bear Hunt.

For children aged 3-5 years old

Room on the Broom
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Making and operating puppets and a look at rhyme and rhythm.

For children aged 4-6 years old

Making and operating puppets and a look at rhyme and rhythm.

For children aged 4-6 years old

Making and operating puppets and a look at rhyme and rhythm.

For children aged 4-6 years old

The Very Hungry Caterpillar
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Exploring the Life Cycle of the Caterpillar with drama and shadow puppetry.

For children aged 3-5 years old

Exploring the Life Cycle of the Caterpillar with drama and shadow puppetry.

For children aged 3-5 years old

Exploring the Life Cycle of the Caterpillar with drama and shadow puppetry.

For children aged 3-5 years old

The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark
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Playing with black light theatre and discussing facing fears.

For children aged 5-7 years old

Playing with black light theatre and discussing facing fears.

For children aged 5-7 years old

Playing with black light theatre and discussing facing fears.

For children aged 5-7 years old

Minotaur
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Introducing Greek mythology and making shadow puppets of mythological creatures.

For children aged 7-11 years old

Minimum: 40 – Maximum: 70 students

Introducing Greek mythology and making shadow puppets of mythological creatures.

For children aged 7-11 years old

Minimum: 40 – Maximum: 70 students

Introducing Greek mythology and making shadow puppets of mythological creatures.

For children aged 7-11 years old

Minimum: 40 – Maximum: 70 students

The Twits
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Exploring Roald Dahl’s writing techniques and script work.

For children aged 7-11 years old

Exploring Roald Dahl’s writing techniques and script work.

For children aged 7-11 years old

Exploring Roald Dahl’s writing techniques and script work.

For children aged 7-11 years old

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School FAQ

School FAQ Where is Sitara?

Sitara Theatre and Sitara Workshop are based in Porto Cairo Mall. Sitara West is our exciting new venture, where we bring dynamic Sitara shows to your schools in 6th October and Sheikh Zayed.

What’s the difference between Sitara Theatre and Sitara Workshop?

Sitara Theatre’s performances are based on well-known fairy tales. During the show, all the children help tell the story and a handful of students become characters in the story.Sitara Workshop presents shorter performances of classic children’s books. Students explore drama or make and operate puppets and masks

How many children do I need?

  • For Sitara Theatre you must have 60-120 children. 
  • For Sitara Workshop you must have 40-70 children.
  • For Sitara West you must have over 100 children

Why book a school trip to Sitara?

  • Sitara has an 11 year history of providing quality theatre to the schools of Cairo
  • An effective way to develop listening skills and encourage an interest in the story
  • Sitara seamlessly combines entertainment and education
  • We make our trips as teacher-friendly as possible
  • A complimentary and comprehensive teachers kit
  • A safe air-conditioned trip for your students
  • A range of shows and workshops to suit your students’ needs

School Clients

School Clients AIS AIS BCCIS BCCIS BISC BISC BSC BSC BSE BSE Cairo English School Egypt Cairo English School Egypt CISE CISE EBIS EBIS El Alsson El Alsson Elite Elite ESK ESK Hayah Hayah LFCAIRO LFCAIRO MAC MAC Madinaty Madinaty Malvern College Egypt Malvern College Egypt MBIS MBIS MES MES Metropolitan School Egypt Metropolitan School Egypt NCBIS NCBIS Oasis Oasis SVS SVS TBS Rehab TBS Rehab

Testimonials

Testimonials

Teachers

“A truly brilliant production. The children and staff thoroughly enjoyed it.”Teacher, The British School al Rehab

The children thoroughly enjoyed it.  I also found it great fun and very entertaining.  Loved the songs and music.  Appropriate for a range of ages.  Thought all the effects were superb!!!  Many thanks!!”Teacher, Maadi British International School

Kids and adults thought it was fantastic! We had a great time. Thank you.”Teacher, New Cairo British International School

“Kids loved it and so did I.  Very age-appropriate.  I especially love how the play is for kids but some of the dialogue and humor is more for adults…. and it was very well organized.”Teacher, American International School

“Brilliant!  Another super production to wow audiences from all over Cairo.”Teacher, Modern English School

“We certainly all enjoyed the show and it was great for our pupils.  Audience participation was good fun and the shadow screen a real highlight!  I really enjoyed the after-show talk too.  I really like the theatre – a close intimate space.  Brilliant!”Teacher, Modern English School

“The children absolutely LOVED it and so did I.  Clever, entertaining, funny.  I loved the audience participation!  The shadow puppets were a personal favorite.  You are all very talented.”Teacher, Modern English School

“A great asset to have in our neighborhood.  Live theatre is so important for these children to see.”Teacher, Hayah Academy

Kids

“It was very amusing and funny and it was the best show Iv ever seen I wish id come again thank you for the beautiful show (sic)”Mariam, aged 8

“I thought the play was fantabulous.  My favorite part was dancing because everyone had smiles on their faces and of course we had fun.” Aya, aged 11

“I thought the play was fantabulous.  My favorite part was dancing because everyone had smiles on their faces and of course we had fun.” Aya, aged 11

“I think the show can be longer.”Natalie, aged 10

“My favorite part was when the Witch Wanda ate the mouse poo.  Well Done.” Mohamed, aged 7

“I like that we can join in – I like getting involved.”Ahmed, aged 10

“It was extremely fun.  The acting was great and you could hear everything they said.  It was brilliant because everyone was included and they made us learn new dances new songs and everything.”Pier, aged 9

“The best field trip ever.  Can we come again?  How soon?”Adam, aged 7

“Perfect! Sparkly! Imaginative!  Really! I am not joking.”Zeina, aged 8

“It so funny and it was good.”Hana, aged 5

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How to Book a trip

Contact us on 0100 783 2207 or 0122 987 8044 OR admin@sitaratheatre.com for more information on shows, workshops, prices, logistics and available dates

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