• The Great Big Story Book For the kids

    Don’t miss The Great Big Story Book!

 

The children’s storytelling hit – The Great Big Story Book – returns to Centennial Park from 13 to 18 April 2015.

The Great Big Story Book is a colourful comedy show based on the famous Aboriginal legend of Tiddalik the Frog.

Performed within a beautiful 3D pop-up storybook, this much loved dreamtime story tells of a frog who drinks all the water in the world. Performers sing songs and narrate the story using delightful life-size puppets, engaging children in an unforgettable interactive outdoor theatre experience.

The Great Big Story Book has been a big hit around Australia at many venues including the National Folk Festival, National Museum and the Spiegeltent, and had a sell-out run in Centennial Park in the summer.

The Great Big Story Book returns to Centennial Park after a smash hit run in summer

The Great Big Story Book returns to Centennial Park after a smash hit run in summer

 

Event information

Dates:
13 to 18 April 2015

Ages:
All ages

Times:
11am daily (show runs for 45 minutes)

Venue:
The Learning Centre in the Education Precinct, off Dickens Drive, Centennial Park

Price:
$15 (accompanying Adults and Under 2s $5). Special rate of $12 for groups over 15.

Booking online:
Bookings now being taken online

Don’t miss this great kids theatre show in the outdoors!

 

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