Piccadilly Puppets’ Show to Benefit Children’s Healthcare

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Saturday, February 7 at 11:00 am

Landmark Diner – Buckhead, Side Door Lounge

3652 Roswell Rd, Atlanta, GA 30305

Piccadilly Puppets presents Once Upon. a Time in China, an enchanting Chinese tale that teaches the importance of being honest. The Emperor is very old and must find someone to take over his duties. The new leader must be smart and strong, kind and courageous, patient and honest, especially honest. How will he find just the right boy? All proceeds benefit Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Recommended for ages 3-10.

Tickets $10

Reservations are helpful, but not requiredhttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/piccadilly-puppets-show-to-benefit-choa-tickets-10089825941

 Why not have lunch at the Landmark diner before the show? A great place for families!

 Contact information:

(404)636-0022      piccadillypuppets@earthlink.net

Celebrate New Year’s Eve with a puppet show in Fairburn!

We will be performing Wish Tales at the Fairburn Branch of the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library on Wednesday, December 31 at 11:00 am. Even if your child likes to make New Year’s Resolutions for better habits or behaviour, they still might need to learn the lesson of the Knee-High Man, that he is fine just the way he is. The show also tells the stories of the Frog Prince and the Little Orphan Animal.                                                                         60 Valley View Drive, Fairburn, GA 30213  (770)306-3138

No, we're not doing "Frozen"! This is the Princess from "Wish Tales" in the snow in January 2014.
No, we’re not doing “Frozen”! This is the Princess from “Wish Tales” in the snow in January 2014.

Funding for this show is provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners.

 

 

 

 

 

‘Tis the Season to See Puppets!

Santa loves Belinda Bunny's Carrot Pies!
Santa loves Belinda Bunny’s Carrot Pies!

We’re a little late with our holiday show update, but there are a couple of chances coming up to see a Piccadilly Puppets Christmas show:

Tuesday, December 9, 5:00 PM at Imagine It! The Children’s Museum         Foxy Christmas is brought to you free as part of the Target Free Tuesdays series: http://www.childrensmuseumatlanta.org/

Saturday, December 13, 10:00 and 11:30 am at Aurora Theatre (Lawrenceville) These shows fill up, so make a reservation or come early. http://www.auroratheatre.com/education/childrens-playhouse/

We are thankful for the Fulton County Arts Council!

Funding for our programs is provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners.
Funding for our programs is provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners.

Piccadilly Puppets is happy to announce that we have received funding for the second half of 2014 from the Fulton County Board of Commissioners, through the guidance of the Fulton County Arts Council. Fulton County is the leading public funder for the arts in the State of Georgia. It is wonderful to live in a county that understands the importance of the arts to our community. Our grant from the Fulton County Arts Council supplements our main source of income, which is the fees we charge for performances. This enables us to hire skilled, professional puppeteers and pay them a competitive wage, while still keeping our prices affordable to most groups. We can also give back to the community through occasional discounted or even free performances. Through the application and review process and final reports, the arts council also helps us to set goals, to meet artistic standards, to be financially responsible, and to be held accountable for the way we spent the funds at the end of each year. These grants benefit not only our organization, but more importantly YOU, as our audience. Please join us in thanking the Board of Commissioners and the Arts Council. If you live in Fulton and enjoy the arts, please let your Commissioner know!

July shows

We have several FREE library shows in July, from Johns Creek to Lovejoy. Come out and enjoy a puppet show!

Butterfly Ballad   Tuesday,  July 15  10:30 am  Peachtree Branch, Atlanta-Fulton County Library (Midtown),  1315 Peachtree St. NE, Atlanta, GA   404-885-7830

Wish Tales   Thursday,  July 17  10:00 am  Lovejoy Branch, Clayton County Public Library 1721 McDonough Rd., Hampton, GA  (770) 472-8129

Splish, Splash: Water Stories  Monday, July 28  6:30 pm  NE Spruill Oaks Branch,  Atlanta-Fulton County Library,  9560 Spruill Rd., Johns Creek, GA    770-360-8820

Piccadilly Puppets’ Show to Benefit Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

Piccadilly Puppets provides entertainment with a purpose!

Sunday, February 9 at 2:00 pm

Landmark Diner – Buckhead, Side Door Lounge

3652 Roswell Rd, Atlanta, GA 30305

There are wishes we wish for others to grant and those only we can make come true for ourselves. Piccadilly Puppets presents Wish Tales, three stories about wishing: “The Knee High Man,” “The Frog Prince” and “Little Orphan Animal”. All proceeds benefit Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Recommended for ages 3-8.

Tickets $10

Reservations are helpful, but not requiredhttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/piccadilly-puppets-show-to-benefit-choa-tickets-10089825941

 Why not have lunch at the Landmark diner before the show? A great place for families!

 Contact information:

(404)636-0022      piccadillypuppets@earthlink.net

Piccadilly Puppets appreciates support from Fulton County Arts and Culture!

Fulton County Arts Council logo
Piccadilly Puppets is funded in part by the Fulton County Arts Council

Piccadilly Puppets is happy to announce that we have received funding for the current 2013-14 season from the Fulton County Board of Commissioners, through the guidance of the Fulton County Arts Council. Fulton County is the leading public funder for the arts in the State of Georgia. It is wonderful to live in a county that understands the importance of the arts to our community. Our grant from the Fulton County Arts Council supplements our main source of income, which is the fees we charge for performances. This enables us to hire skilled, professional puppeteers and pay them a competitive wage, while still keeping our prices affordable to most groups. We can also give back to the community through occasional discounted or even free performances. Through the application and review process and final reports, the arts council also helps us to set goals, to meet artistic standards, to be financially responsible, and to be held accountable for the way we spent the funds at the end of each year. These grants benefit not only our organization, but more importantly YOU, as our audience. Please join us in thanking the Board of Commissioners and the Arts Council. If you live in Fulton and enjoy the arts, please let your Commissioner know!