I am always looking out for new experiences, wherever I may find myself.
Play School has put together a brand new live concert for 2013. It will see Humpty putting on a surprise show, gathering together the Play School toys to help him. There will be starring roles for Jemima, Big Ted, Little Ted and Meeka, and appearances from other Play School favourites too. The concert itself will be filled with fun songs, games and stories, and will be presented by two Play School presenters. It will run for 40 minutes without an interval.
Play School Concerts will be taking place in the following Victorian locations during March:
Caulfield: Glen Eira Town Hall, Sunday March 3 Ivanhoe:The Centre Ivanhoe, Monday March 4 Frankston:Frankston Arts Centre, Tuesday March 5 Eltham: Eltham Community Centre, Wednesday March 6 Wantirna: Hungarian Community Centre, Thursday March 7 Essendon: Ukrainian House, Saturday March 9. Caulfield: Glen Eira Town Hall, Sunday March 10. Hampton Park: Arthur Wren Hall, Monday March 11. Warragul:West Gippsland Performing Arts Centre, Tuesday March 12. Sale:Sale Memorial Hall, Wednesday March 13. Box Hill:Box Hill Town Hall, Thursday March 14. Essendon: Ukrainian House, Saturday March 16. Ringwood:Yarra Valley Grammar, Gerorge Wood Theatre, Sunday March 17. Kerang: Kerang Memorial Hall, Thursday March 21. Gol Go: The Midway Centrel, Friday March 22. Mt Helen: 1870 Founders Theatre, Sunday March 24. Bendigo: Strathdale Community Centre, Monday March 25. Geelong: South Barwon Civic Centre, Tuesday March 26. Moorabbin: Kingston Arts Centre Grand Hall, Wednesday March 27.
In almost all cases, tickets start at $16.50 (the exception is Frankston, where tickets are $15.00). Sometimes these can be purchased directly from the venue, but you can also get them from Kids Promotions, with a $6.60 processing fee per booking. Sessions are already selling out, so get in soon.
Awesome article with so much information on dates and locations makes it super easy to arrange a get together with friends to take our kids. Great to see Playschool coming to some of the more regional parts of Victoria as well. Thanks!