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91-Storey Treehouse at Redlands Performing Art Centre

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Meg Forbes is a mum, freelance writer, and photographer living in the Redlands, South of Brisbane. https://www.instagram.com/megforbesphotography/
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Come and join the 91-Storey Treehouse adventure at RPAC
The 91-Storey Treehouse - Live on Stage - is coming to the Redlands Performing Arts Centre (RPAC) on Saturday 7 March 2020. The 2pm show is almost sold out, so RPAC have now scheduled a second show at 4pm!

The 91-Storey Treehouse is coming to RPAC
The 91-Storey Treehouse is coming to RPAC! (image courtesy of RPAC)


The ever-expanding treehouse now has 91 storeys with the addition of a deserted desert island, whirlpool, and giant spider. These pale, however, in comparison with Mr Big Nose's grandchildren whom Andy, Terry, and Jill need to babysit.

RPAC describes this live show as a fantastical trip through this wild, weird, and wonderful world for children aged between 6 and 12, and their adults. The show is 59 minutes long with no interval.

Redland Performing art centre
Redland Performing Art Centre (RPAC)


Tickets can be booked in person at RPAC (2-16 Middle St, Cleveland, 4163), by phone ( 07 3829 8131), or at this link with an additional $5 processing fee: https://tickets.rpac.com.au/WEBPAGES/EntaWebShow/ShowDatesCombo.aspx
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Why? A fantastically dangerous trip through the 91-Storey Treehouse
When: 2pm and 4pm shows
Phone: 07 3829 8131
Where: Redlands Performing Arts Centre (RPAC), 2-16 Middle Street, Cleveland, 4163
Cost: Adult $25, Senior/Pensioner $22, Child $20, Family Pass (2 Ad, 2 Ch) $80 ($20pp), Babes in arms (24 months and under) - free on the knee
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I remember when it was 78 storeys high.
by May Cross (score: 3|6912) 156 days ago
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