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June, 10 2013 10:36:08

Children's show to start in HCM City

HCM CITY (VNS)— Games, music, dance and circus activities will be part of an entertainment show, Tro Ve Tuoi Than Tien (Return to Childhood), to be held at the Hoa Binh Theatre in HCM City beginning this week.

The performance comes after the first Tuoi Than Tien (Childhood) show, which was organised 20 years ago.

"This year's show will highlight family. It aims to teach children about love for their parents and the people around them," said Pham Thi Thai, director of the theatre.

Popular children's songs and folk songs will be sung by teen singers and the bands Titi Kids and Radio. Members of the Ngoc Vien Circus Troupe will stage a juggling performance, and games for children and their families will be included as well.

The show will be held at 10am and 3pm every Sunday until August 18. — VNS


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