fairy tale

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fairy tale

, story
a story about fairies or other mythical or magical beings, esp one of traditional origin told to children
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A fully-equipped, specially-built theatre has been created inside the stadium's sports hall and its debut show is this new take on the fairytale favourite.
We made statues under the theme of the traditional fairytale Trojruza (Triple-rose).
The lively illustrations are a real strength, showing many fairytale characters in unfamiliar guises.
Complete with a lively sing-along warm up from Welsh National Opera musicians, the event will see the phenomenally popular fairytale film light up a one-of-akind silver screen within the grounds of the enchanting fairytale castle.
Fairytales in the age of Disney often bring to mind far-away kingdoms, princesses, and a "happily ever after" ending.
A Liverpool company has sparked a new wedding photography craze, by photoshopping brides into Disney-esque fairytale scenes.
This is an unrelenting and unsettling little novel that leaves you feeling as though you have unearthed an ancient fairytale.
Let November into your life this year with a musical concert made to take us all into a world of myth and fairytales.
The therapeutic fairytale must be told and not read.
The film self-consciously draws on both fairytale and film noir tropes and archetypes, and these often-contradictory reference points produce a highly kinetic aesthetic that is not easy to pin down.
The Happiness Illusion: How the Media Sold Us a Fairytale
Fairytale writer Hans Christian Andersen was born and raised in Odense, where his birthplace along with a museum and a children~s house, etc.