Three little pigs - puppet theater in the Müritzeum

4/7/24 in Waren (Müritz)

Puppet theater Ernst Heiter, © Figurentheater Ernst Heiter

5.00 €

The next dates:

  • Sunday, Apr 7, 202415:00 - 16:00 clock
Children, Theatre & Stage, Nature

A turbulent play for the whole family (children from 3 years) performed by the puppet theater Ernst Heiter

Being a pig is nice - Heidi, Ekkehard and Eberhard know that very well, because they are three little pigs.
But life is no game, especially when Wolfram the wolf comes to visit uninvited and with a "pig's appetite". To defeat him, the three siblings have to stick together, because only together are they strong.
This turbulent play for the whole family (children aged 3 and over) is performed by the puppet theater Ernst Heiter.

Prior registration by telephone on 03991 633 680 is recommended. The Müritzeum also asks that tickets booked in advance be redeemed up to 15 minutes before the start of the play or canceled in good time so that seats can be reallocated. Another tip on the side: if you want to visit the Müritzeum afterwards, you can save money by buying a ticket for the puppet theater.

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Prices

5.00 €

per person

Event dates
  • Sunday, Apr 7, 2024 15:00 - 16:00 clock
Event Location

MÜRITZEUM - The NatureExperienceCenter in Waren (Müritz)

Zur Steinmole 1
17192 Waren (Müritz)


info@mueritzeum.de
+49 3991 633680
https://www.mueritzeum.de/
Contact the organiser

MÜRITZEUM - The NatureExperienceCenter in Waren (Müritz)

Zur Steinmole 1
17192 Waren (Müritz)


info@mueritzeum.de
+49 3991 633680
https://www.mueritzeum.de/

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