Families will experience an array of remarkable theatrical adventures and interactive experiences this Summer & Autumn as part of Arts Centre Melbourne’s 2019 Summer Autumn Families program from January to May 2019. This season, the Arts Centre Melbourne celebrates incredible Australian talent from the worlds of theatre, circus, music, puppetry and dance. Children will also become the creators when they conduct their own orchestra, bring puppets to life and choreograph dance moves for a unique dance performance.
Kate and her little ones were spoilt last week with a preview of the Arts Centre Melbourne’s 2019 Summer Autumn Families program as well as some crafts, games and cute cupcakes.
Kids will love the giant game of musical chairs ‘Invisible Orchestra’ where the music starts when you sit down! Run by Polyglot Theatre with special guests ‘The Listies’ and Tamara Rewse. Kids can help compose a symphonic masterpiece by sitting on the musical chairs.
Join the FREE event for this surprising and superbly silly sound experiment these summer holidays. On from Saturday 5th Jan to Sunday 13th Jan (no performances 7th Jan).
Families will love Wolfgang’s Magical Musical Circus these holidays. Straight from the score and onto the stage, the man known as Mozart appears amid a storm of powder, tumbling and twirling. Musical mayhem and movement fuse in this family show with a circus twist! To those who know him, he is Wolfgang, the dart-playing, pun-loving ratbag. To those who are watching and listening, he is the wigged genius Mozart. Come and discover his irrepressible spirit with Circa’s dexterous daredevil artists and a live accordionist.
On from Wed 2nd to Saturday 12th January 2019 with two performances per day at 10am and 1pm with one relaxed performance on Wednesday 9th Jan at 1pm. Duration 1 hour. Prices range from $32 to $36.
Kate and her little ones loved the preview and cannot wait to experience these events these upcoming holidays.
Over summer, children can also have the chance to experience a participatory and interactive one-on-one performance workshop with dancer and choreographer Amrita Hepi in A Call To Dance (15 - 20 January).
In March, the Arts Centre Melbourne will present String Symphony (8 – 11 March) an interactive installation where participants can take hold of a rope and work together to bring to life a giant illuminated puppet. Only A Year (13 - 16 March) will also be running, which is a sensory theatre experience for babies aged 0 - 12 months and their carers and Picasso and His Dog (23 - 24 March), a heart-warming story of an artist and his cheeky sausage dog, Lump.
During the April Easter school holidays, families will have the opportunity to witness an exciting stage adaptation of David Walliams' best-selling book Billionaire Boy (6 -14 April), created by the makers of Mr Stink and the Treehouse series productions.
Little ones and their families will also have the chance to pop on their party outfits for two exclusive events; enjoy a Sunday morning boogie and treat at the High Tea Party (5 May) and experience the circus extravaganza from the makers of Briefs Factory, Brat Kids Carnival (23 March) featuring acrobatics, magic, puppets and ballet.
Busy City Kids were invited at the preview of the Arts Centre Families Summer | Autumn 2019 Program. All opinions & feedback are genuine & truthful. Travel and food were self funded.