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REVIEW: Miki at Norden Farm

Miki is at Norden Farm until Saturday, December 30.

Jess Alder

Jess Alder

REVIEW: Miki at Norden Farm

A long time ago and very far away, three friends — Miki, polar bear and penguin — lived in a place that was always cold and dark.

That is, until Norden Farm’s team of puppeteers put their spin on it with the use of cleverly designed props.

When Eskimo child Miki falls through the ice to the deepest, darkest depths of the ocean, her friends polar bear and penguin begin to fear the worst.

But little do her friends know, Miki is on an adventure, where we see her meet all kinds of sea creatures big and small.

With comical characters that will have both adults and children giggling, it's a must see.

Although in my opinion the show is better suited to younger children, my eight and twelve-year-old cousins still enjoyed it.

The actors' clever use of voice manipulation kept the audience engaged and made each scene come to life and the green ribbon and bubbles combination definitely portrayed an underwater scene.

All children in the audience appeared to be in a trance and were clearly enjoying the show. There were definitely lots of giggles heard when Miki met the crab and sharks.

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