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Posted by Tom, December 23, 2016

There’s a week left to enter our Fairytale Play Theatre competition!

Last week we launched our biggest-ever app competition to celebrate the recent launch of our Fairytale Play Theatre app – our new free-to-download edition of The Complete Fairytale Play Theatre. We have apps, books and other Nosy Crow prizes to give away, and there’s just over a week left to enter – the competition closes on New Year’s Day!

We want to see the stories that you make using Fairytale Play Theatre – share your movies on Twitter to @NosyCrowApps with the #PlayTheatre hashtag, and we’ll award prizes to the best ones! The competition is open worldwide, and we’d love to see how you’ve used the app – whether it’s to re-tell our fairytales, or to use our characters to tell another well-known story… or even to make up a brand new story of your own!

To enter our competition and share the stories that you’ve created in the Fairytale Play Theatre App app, export your story as a movie, and then share it via the Photos app to Twitter (make sure you use the #PlayTheatre hashtag).

If you’re new to Fairytale Play Theatre, here’s our trailer for the app:


With beautiful artwork from our award-winning series of fairytale apps – The Three Little PigsCinderellaLittle Red Riding HoodJack and the BeanstalkSnow White, and Goldilocks and Little Bear – Fairytale Play Theatre features over 60 characters to choose from, along with dozens of scene backgrounds and props to bring your story alive. You can soundtrack your story with stunning music from our fairytales, along with your own voices and sound effects.

The app boasts a hugely intuitive, user-friendly interface that’s perfect for young children – you can create individual scenes from scratch, save them, and build multiple scenes into a complete story. Multi-touch screens allow multiple users to create stories together – it’s a fantastic way of creating stories, encouraging imaginative play, and sharing a screen between adults and children – it’s great for storytelling activities in classrooms and at home. Set the stage, choose your characters, and create and record your own story!

Our Fairytale Play Theatre competition ends on January 1st – so get creating!

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