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Office: 03 9534 4879
Date: 02 Oct 2014
Time: Thu 10:30am
Price: All tickets are $20.00
Barking Spider Visual Theatre
St. Kilda Talks Back is a playful, energetic and engaging story-telling tour of classic St. Kilda landmarks.
Barking Spider Visual Theatre artists Rachel Edward and Penelope Bartlau lead a St. Kilda adventure, engaging you in storytelling based on architecture and history along the way. Kids to add to the stories – Imagination is a must!
St Kilda Talks Back is part of Kaleidoscope - a micro festival of performance and participatory experiences for under 12s
Date: 03 Oct 2014 - 04 Oct 2014
Time: Fri at 11:15am and Sat at 1:45pm
Price: All tickets are $20.00
A workshop for 7-12 year olds.
A fact. A whisper. A stern voice. A joke.
Maybe ( ) Together thinks there are enough adults voices and opinions in the world. So this is about children (ie you!) taking centre-stage and yelling loud what you believe needs to be said.
What Does the World Need To Hear is part of Kaleidoscope - a micro-festival of performance and participatory experiences for under 12s.
This workshop will take place at Luna Park
All bookings must be made in advance.
Date: 30 Sep 2014 - 04 Oct 2014
Time: 8:00pm (no show Friday 3 Oct)
Price: $50 GALA Sept 30 (includes drinks and canapes) $35 full/ $26 Conc, Under 30 & Groups of 8+
Limited return season. UK performer, Scottee is wowing audience across the globe. Performed in a photo booth, Scottee encounters past flames, ex-friends and people who no longer like him in attempt to find out where he went wrong. “Remarkably honest, confronting and magnificent…Melbourne’s first must-see production for 2014.” ArtsHub
★★★★ The Guardian ★★★★ The Scotsman ★★★★ The Age
Date: 23 Sep 2014 - 05 Oct 2014
Time: Various Times (see each event for details)
Price: Various Prices (see each event for details)
Kaleidoscope is a micro festival of performance and participatory experiences for under 12s. Over two weeks during the September school holidays Theatre Works will host performances, workshops and even a promenade story telling adventure for young people and their families.
Events will be held at Theatre Works, Luna Park and Memo Theatre as we present a playground of creative adventures that include Superhero Training Academy, Something From Nothing, St Kilda Talks Back and What Does The World Need to Hear?
Date: 30 Sep 2014 - 05 Oct 2014
Time: Tue to Sat 11am & 1pm [Sat 11am & Sun 1pm only]
Price: $20 adult / $15 child, concession & groups 4+ [plus booking fee]
Based on a Jewish folk-tale, this is a story of a young boy’s special relationship with his Grandfather and the wonderful gifts his Grandfather creates; Something From Nothing.
SOMETHING FROM NOTHING is an extraordinary re-telling of an old story where both children and adults catch a glimpse of a way of life where simple things bring the greatest joy and the family is the cornerstone of the community. Blending puppetry, music and pantomime in a production designed for children aged 5-12, the original set and puppets will be flown over from Canada in this "sweet, playful and funny” play.
Date: 27 Nov 2014 - 13 Dec 2014
Time: Tues-Sat at 8:00pm
Preview: Thu 27 Nov at 8:00pm
Price: $30 Full / $25 Concession, Groups 8+ [ Preview: All tickets $25] plus booking fee
The House of Yes
Presented by Little Ones Theatre in association with Theatre Works
By special arrangement with Hal Leonard Australia
An acidic satire about class, incest and mental illness in the vein of Douglas Sirk’s 1950’s melodramas, The House of Yes is a disturbingly camp theatrical experience centered around a deranged family of JFK enthusiasts. Tackled by Little Ones Theatre, the team that brought Psycho Beach Party to Theatre Works in 2013, this production is sure to be a visual and