Stolen – 2018 (Education Season)

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26 June - 27 June



Written by Jane Harrison, directed by Vicki Van Hout

Five young Aboriginal children are forcibly removed from their parents, brought up in a repressive children’s home and trained for domestic service.  Segregated from society from their earliest years, not all of them successfully manage their lives when released into the outside world. The pain, poignancy and sheer desperation of their lives is seen through the children’s eyes. They struggle to make sense of a world in which they have been told to forget their families, homes and language. This tender and moving story, awash with childlike humour, brings the tragic history of the Stolen Generations to the Australian stage.

Immerse yourself in a story about the importance of family, understanding and issues that have impacted...


Diary of a Wombat – 2018 (Education Season)

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24 July - 25 July


Diary of a Wombat - BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

Diary of a Wombat, the award-winning production from Monkey Baa Theatre Company will return to the Lendlease Darling Quarter Theatre in July 2018 (Term three), for a one-off Sydney season.

Millions of young people around the world have adored the multi award-winning picture book,Diary of a Wombat, by Jackie French and Bruce Whatley.

Meet Mothball, the naughtiest wombat in Australia. Bored with her daily routine, Mothball goes in search of shelter and food, creating chaos in the lives of the humans around her.

Doormats, bins and washing lines are no match for this mischievous marsupial. Between a packed schedule of scratching, sleeping and eating, Mothball discovers that with a bit of persistence, humans are...


Big Bad Wolf – 2018 (Education Season)

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30 October - 31 October


Big Bad Wolf

He’s the most misunderstood character in fairytale history. Put simply he has no friends. But then he does have incredibly sharp teeth, yellow eyes and his own ideas about personal hygiene, and he is the infamous Big Bad Wolf after all. No one likes him. Luckily, one girl is brave enough to double check this wolf’s bad press and an unlikely friendship is born.

From the makers of Grug and the Rainbow, this hilarious, table-turning tale will have you wondering why you were scared in the first place.

Book early – Grug was a sell-out success!

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