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Brisbane Arts Theatre Children's Season 2014

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The Brisbane Arts Theatre on Petrie Terrace has a fantastic children's program in 2014. With plenty of shows throughout the year, why not bring your children to the beautiful theatre for some of the best entertainment?

The 2014 season promises to be delightful, entertaining and enthralling with lots of tales that will make you laugh, cry and cheer. If you and your kids love the theatre, then you may want to consider a membership package which has incredible offers and rewards such as complimentary season tickets, discount tickets, free programmes, free drama festival tickets and Q&A session invites.

So whether you're looking for something to do with the kids at weekends or during school holidays, Brisbane Arts Theatre is the place to go.

Below is a list of performances for 2014.

Danny the Champion of the World

Based on Roald Dahl's Danny the Champion of the World, this adaptation by David Wood is uplifting and inspiring. This is a story about Danny, who lives with his father, William, in a gypsy caravan. Danny discovers that his father poaches pheasants regularly from the malicious Victor Hazell's estate when he is nine years old. One night, William fails to return from a poaching run and Danny sets off to find his father and begins to plot against Mr. Hazell. Can Danny and his father outsmart Mr. Hazell?
When:
  • Saturdays from now until Saturday 31 May, 2pm

  • Sundays from 11 - 25 May, 2pm

Cost: From $6.50. Click here to book.

Charlotte's Web

This popular children's novel by E. B. White tells the story of a pig named Wilbur, who befriends Charlotte the spider. When Wilbur discovers his terrible fate, Charlotte comes up with a plan to save his life.

See this magical story about friendship, love, life and death come to life on stage, which will enthrall and captivate kids and adults alike.
When:
  • Tuesday 1 - Friday 11 July, 11am

  • Saturdays from 7 June to 2 August, 2pm

  • Sundays: 15 June, 29 June, 20 July and 27 July, 2pm

Cost: From $6.50. Click here to purchase tickets.

The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents

This popular children's fantasy by Sir Terry Pratchett will be live on stage from September. Adapted by Matthew Holmes, join Maurice the brilliant cat as he leads his army of talking rats through towns running the perfect Pied Piper scam. This parody on the classic German fairytale, The Pied Piper of Hamelin will delight the young and the young at heart.
When:
  • Tuesdays to Fridays from 23 September to 3 October, 11am

  • Saturdays from 27 September to 8 November, 2pm

  • Sundays: 19 & 26 October, 2pm

Cost: From $6.50. Click here to buy your tickets.

Sulky Santa and the Boy Who Didn't Believe

Just in time for Christmas is the family musical Sulky Santa and the Boy Who Didn't Believe. This spirited and witty show tells the story of Santa Claus who's not in the mood for delivering this year's presents. Join Rudolph, Snowman and Elfish as they travel through Tooth Fairy's kingdom of Fairyland and the Boogeyman's lair of Boogeyland, in a quest to find out the source of Santa's problem.
When:
  • Saturdays from 15 November to 13 December, 2pm

  • Sundays from 23 November to 21 December, 2pm

  • Tuesday 16 December to Saturday 20 December, 11am & 3pm

Cost: From $6.50. Click here to book your tickets.
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Why? Watch some of the most magical tales come to life on stage
When: Throughout 2014
Phone: (07) 3369 2344
Where: Brisbane Arts Theatre, 210 Petrie Terrace, Petrie Terrace
Cost: From $6.50
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