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Free July School Holiday Events @ Centro Bankstown

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If you're looking for something to do with your kids during the July school holidays, look no further. Over the two weeks they will have off school, Centro Bankstown will be hosting a pair of specially created musicals that are a perfect way to spend your day. They also happen to be free.

Your first option is the An Arabian Nights Musical, which will be held twice daily between July 2 and July 6 at 11am and 1.30pm. The production involves a cast of twenty performing the tunes of Aladdin as they retell the well-known tale of magic and treasure, led by award-winning vocalists Susan Jon Rose and Fabian Andres.

In the second week of the holidays your kids have the opportunity to see a Song and Dance Spectacular inspired by Peter Pan and his adventures in Neverland. Tinkerbell and Captain Hook will feature alongside Peter in the performances, which will be held at 11am and 1.30pm every day between 9 July and 13 July. Samuel Baker will play the lead role, accompanied by Daisy Cousins, the daughter musical star Peter Cousins. It will be her first principal role.

Both shows feature the talents of the Performance Arts Western Sydney Dance Troupe (PAWS). Three members may be better known as 'Outside the Box', contestants on Australia's Got Talent. All shows can be found at the Centre Court, on Level Two of Centro Bankstown, located on Stacey Street in Bankstown.
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Why? You kids will love these two great (free) musicals.
When: 2-13 July
Where: Centro Bankstown, Stacey Street, Bankstown
Cost: Free
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