For Book Week in Schools!
Celebrating the best New Zealand Children's books of 2020!
Mon 18th May - Fri 22nd May
Mon 25th May - Fri 29th May
Mon 1st Jun - Fri 26th Jun
Mon 3rd Aug - Fri 7th Aug
Mon 10th Aug - Fri 14th Aug
Mon 17th Aug - Wed 16th Sep
In your school
50 minute viewing time
10 minute Q&A
Junior version (0 - 2)
General version (mixed grades)
Senior version (5 - 8)
$5.00 per student.
If less than 150 students per performance then a flat fee of NZ$750 will apply.
Or simply call or email our friendly and professional bookings team to begin scheduling your school!
AND THE WINNER IS...
Jonno has a solid gold ambition – to be crowned champion of something. Anything! The challenge is to find out what exactly he may be able to shine at. To complicate matters, every time he thinks he has the answer Claire is there challenging him! There is a story to be told but the question is who is going to get to tell it? Get ready to cheer, sing, dance and get involved as these characters go head to head with the audience towards the moment we hear the announcement ‘And The Winner Is…’
And The Winner Is… combines a love of reading and books with a celebration of diversity and competition! Watch a selection of the best New Zealand Children’s Books come to life, encouraging students to engage with reading in an active and energetic manner and reinforcing the idea of inclusiveness and celebration of endeavor rather than competitive results.
Choose Your Version!
We provide three different versions of And The Winner Is… to suit the age groups watching. Junior, General and Senior.
English, The Arts (Dance, Drama, Music), Health and Physical Education
Self Worth, Managing Success and Challenges, Personal Strengths, Celebrity Culture, Books, and Reading.
Our Book Week performances are seen by over 250,000 Primary School students every year!
Check out what the teachers are saying about our last production:
INCORPORATING A SELECTION OF 2020 AWARD-WINNING NEW ZEALAND CHILDREN BOOKS
What a fabulous interactive show! Our students could relate to the books as I have had them on display in the school library for the last couple of weeks. The theme was very relevant and our actors Sam and Lydia were amazing.
— Hobsonville School, Auckland, 2019