September newsletter.

Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Some days a quiet picnic on a melting ice floe is not as straightforward as it seems. With a creak, a crunch and a splash, the best-laid plans can be cut adrift and a man can only surrender to the deep ebb and flow of daydreams, memories and magic...

The Man The Sea Saw

Tuesday 30 August 6.30pm
Wednesday 31 August 9.30am

Tickets are just $33 for adults and $22 for children!

The Man the Sea Saw is a breathtaking new peak of innovative physical comedy from acclaimed writer/performer Wolfe Bowart. Hailed as a modern day Chaplin, Bowart brings to the stage a profound sense of childlike wonder that resonates with audiences of all ages.

His fantastical productions weave together comedy and pathos, stage illusion, puppetry, film and a touch of old world circus in a joyous theatrical experience for the whole family.

“The engaging and exquisitely talented Wolfe Bowart ... captivates and mesmerizes his audience with his marvellous presence and effortless theatrical dexterity.” The Examiner


Shorter+Sweeter Dance

Fri 2 Sept 7.30pm
Sat 3 Sept 2pm & 7.30pm


Dora The Explorer LIVE!

Thursday 8 September
10.30am, 1pm, 3.30pm


Group Bookings

Grab your friends and family and book your tickets together. You could benefit from some great group booking discounts!

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