October’s performances at the Wen-Shan branch of Taipei Cultural Center

Saturday October 10, Sunday October 11, 2:30pm: The Wolf Who Became a Vegetarian (IF Theater)

In an effort to make friends, the wolf becomes a vegetarian. This show reflects on how, as we grow up, we forget how being yourself and doing what is right are important.

Suitable Age: 3 and up
Medium: Drama
October 17&18, 2:30pm – Rainbow Fish (Nine Song Children’s Theater)

Suitable Age: 3 and up
Medium: Drama &Puppet

October 24&25, 2:30pm –The Ugly Duckling (Little Frog Theater)

Suitable Age: 3 to 9
Medium: Small and Life-Size Puppet

October 31st, 2:30-4pm – Secrets of Performance

Professional actors come together to teach child and parent the secrets of acting on stage. Parent and child will work together to learn the tricks of being confident and successful when performing.

Cost: 100TWD/person
Places limited to 60
Go to the 5th floor office of the Wen-Shan Hall to enroll, starting end of September.

Weekend Morning Activities (週末早點名)

Saturdays 10:30-11:30am
The puppets that will be used in the afternoon will be on show and available for families to use in little plays of their own.
Suitable for children aged 3 and up
Venue: 1st floor of the hall

Sundays 11-11:30am
Introducing Gershwin’s music through story.
Suitable for children aged 3 to 5
Venue: 1st floor of the hall

Address: 11670 No.32 Jingwen St. Wenshan Dist.,Taipei City (Behind Exit One, Jing Mei MRT)
TEL:(02)2933-2199 FAX:(02)2933-2172


  1. Thanks for having this blog! I'm in Taipei and will be having a baby in March, and I always worry that my kid won't have as much stuff to do as I did growing up in the U.S. with more open space and a backyard. This gives me hope, though. =)

  2. Hi Cahleen,
    There is a lot to do in Taipei, but you have to dig it out! I'll be posting some more before your little one arrives, and hope others can share here, too.


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