27.05.2015 | 
Culture
ON THE EVE OF THE CHILDREN’S DAY
ON THE EVE OF THE CHILDREN’S DAY
Today, a performance for the children of YSU staff and students was organized at YSU Cultural Centre.

At the initiative of YSU Cultural Centre the artists of Gyumri Puppet Theatre performed the play “The Tailless Fox”, written by Hovhannes Tumanyan. This performance was in the framework of the events, dedicated to the 80th anniversary of foundation of Gyumri Puppet Theatre.


“Now the building of Gyumri Puppet Theatre is being renovated. But we also very glad to see the smiles of the children in Yerevan. On June 1, our theater will participate in all the envisaged events, as well as we will perform at H. Tumanyan State Puppet Theatre and other places in Yerevan,” - said Anahit Baghdasaryan, Head of the Musical Department of Gyumri Puppet Theatre.

 

The children really enjoyed this performance and learned a lot: “One should always speak politely and express gratitude”, - said little Lilit.

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