Adventures big and small.

Adventures big and small.

Pete the Sheep, Children’s Cheering Carpet, Jack and the Beanstalk, Mister Maker, Jack and the Beanstalk .... so much to choose from. 

The Sydney Opera House has the bases covered for adventurers big and small this July school holidays. Mister Maker is here to help kids find their inner crafter; Pete the Sheep reminds us of the importance of standing out from the herd; Jack and the Beanstalk breathes new life into a classic fairy tale; and Saltbush: Children’s Cheering Carpet takes children on a magical  ride through Indigenous Australia. 

Every kid will be able to see themselves in Australia’s most famous building these holidays when Creative Play: Digital Mirrors – a contemporary take on fairground mirrors – transforms children’s reflections into new shapes and creatures, encouraging them to create new characters. The Digital Mirror is a free and unique Opera House school holiday activity, encouraging play and silliness between children, their friends and Opera House performers.

Pete the Sheep, Children’s Cheering Carpet, Jack and the Beanstalk, Mister Maker, Jack and the Beanstalk .... so much to choose from. 

The Sydney Opera House has the bases covered for adventurers big and small this July school holidays. Mister Maker is here to help kids find their inner crafter; Pete the Sheep reminds us of the importance of standing out from the herd; Jack and the Beanstalk breathes new life into a classic fairy tale; and Saltbush: Children’s Cheering Carpet takes children on a magical  ride through Indigenous Australia. 

Every kid will be able to see themselves in Australia’s most famous building these holidays when Creative Play: Digital Mirrors – a contemporary take on fairground mirrors – transforms children’s reflections into new shapes and creatures, encouraging them to create new characters. The Digital Mirror is a free and unique Opera House school holiday activity, encouraging play and silliness between children, their friends and Opera House performers.


Pete the Sheep

2-17 July Ages 4+

Shaun the Shearer and Pete his trusty sheep offsider are here to help you to embrace your individuality. Based on Jackie French and Bruce Whatley’s quirky, quintessentially Australian picture book, this musical comedy transforms the Opera House stage into a shearing-shed-cum-salon where difference is celebrated. Imaginatively told by four performers playing shearers, dogs and sheep, Pete the Sheep explores the challenges and rewards of being an individual. It’s a hilarious tale with an important message – let your inner sheep shine!

 

Saltbush: Children’s Cheering Carpet

2-10 July

Ages 4+

To coincide with NAIDOC Week 2016, Saltbush: Children’s Cheering Carpet is an immersive and interactive journey through the culture and language of Indigenous Australia, celebrated through live dance, music, song and stories. Saltbush features an ensemble of Aboriginal artists and follows the journey of two friends as they cross the Australian landscape. Children are invited to explore, play and dance with the performers as the landscape digitally unfolds around them in the perfect marriage of old and new worlds.

 

Mister Maker

3-4 July

Ages 3+

Mister Maker gets little hands creating with a brand new show full of crafternoon delight. The much-loved ABC television performer shows how easy it is to turn everyday objects into works of art. With more than enough glue, glitter and paint to keep every little crafter engaged in projects they can take home, Mister Maker encourages creators of all ages to dream big and make, make, make.

 

Jack and the Beanstalk

13-17 July

Ages 8+

Jack and the Beanstalk gets a makeover in this visually stunning production featuring live music, puppetry and acrobatics. All adventurers are invited to share this dynamic and imaginative reinvention of the famous story of the boy named Jack, the mysterious stranger with the magical beans, the ogre that lived high in the sky and the goose that laid the golden egg. Brought to life by the team behind Dinosaur Zoo, and led by acclaimed Italian director Chiara Guidi, this is a truly immersive and interactive experience for the bravest theatre goers.

To win a family pass (4 tickets) for Wednesday 13 July, 12.30pm please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and let us know why you would like to win. Competition closes Tuesday 28th June 2016.  

 

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