Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Elmer The Elephant Live Stage Show and Light Snack at Jaya 1 Yat Ka Yan

 This is a long delayed post. I was with my kids at Elmer The Elephant Live Stage Show in Pj Live Arts Studio at Jaya One a few months ago. Elmer the Elephant was created by British author, David McKee in 1989 and the show is  presented by Blunderbus Theatre Company (Gardner & Wife Treatre). This show is suitable for kids above 4 years old and it is a story about Elmer the patchwork elephant who wants to be like the other normal elephants.The audience consists of mostly foreigners and there are not many Malaysians around. Actually this stage show is very good for kids because it is interactive and helps to enhance their imagination.  My kids really enjoyed this funny and entertaining life show.

Here are some of the photos I took. Sorry ya, not very clear because I was using my small little digital camera. LOL!
 Only 2 actors and 1 actress performing the entire live show but it is an entertaing and exciting one!
 One of the cast warming up with the audience before the show starts....

After the show, we went for a light snack at Yat Ka Yan restaurant which is in the same building, Jaya One, PJ.
 Wah, Sungai Lui (Money in Hokkien) logo, owner sure Fatt Tatt (rich) lorrr!
As usual, we had siew mai which is the most common choice when eating dim sum....
 My daughter wanted to have the fish porridge which I think is a little bit plain.
 Ahh, I love this Wong Tai (Emperor) Noodles......nice and tasty!
 My daughter has sweet tooth and requsted for this shaved iced mango dessert.....

7 comments:

CathJ said...

interesting.. :).. the food looks good!

suituapui said...

Show for kids...big kid tagging along? Hehehehehe!!!! Food looks so-so only...

Christine said...

yum yum yum...nice show too.

Hayley said...

When I read this post, I was thinking, 'wow finally a non-food related post from you', but until I scroll to the bottom.............. :P

Somewhere in Singapore said...

The dessert is so tempting...

yvonne said...

My lunch hour is almost finishing and I have yet to eat anything.... And my tummy is growling, my saliva is dripping... This is mental torture, I look no more at the Wong Tai noodles!!

Small Kucing said...

agree with u ..the poridge looks plain

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