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Diary of a Wombat
Presenter:
Redland Performing Arts Centre
Description:

'Morning: Slept. Afternoon: Slept. Evening: Ate grass. Night: Ate grass. Decided grass is boring.'

Millions of young people around the world have adored the multi award-winning picture book, Diary of a Wombat. Now finally this iconic work by Australian Children's Laureate(2014/15) Jackie French and Bruce Whatley comes to the stage.

Meet Mothball, the naughtiest wombat in Australia. Bored with her daily routine, Mothball goes in search of shelter and food, creating chaos in the lives of the humans around her.

Doormats, bins and washing lines are no match for this mischievous marsupial. Between a packed schedule of scratching, sleeping and eating Mothball discovers that with a bit of persistence, humans are quite easily trained!

Diary of a Wombat is brought to you by the same amazing team that brought The Bugalugs Bum Thief, Snugglepot and Cuddlepie, and Pete the Sheep to the stage. In this charming production for children aged 3+, Monkey Baa uses the magic of puppetry and live music to bring this delightful story to life.

Performance Times:
Saturday 16 September, 10.30am
Venue:
RPAC Concert Hall
Duration:
45 minutes, no interval
Prices:
Early Bird Special*: All tickets $18
 
*Early Bird expires Friday 4 August, after this date:
Adults $22, Seniors/Pensioners $20, Children $20, Family Pass (2 Adults, 2 Children) $72
Suit Children:
Recommended for children 3-9 years of age and their families
Booking Information:
You can book your tickets:
  • in person at RPAC Box Office, 3829 8131 (a $4.10 booking fee per transaction applies)
  • by phone - 3829 8131 (a $4.10 booking fee per transaction applies)
  • online 24/7 using the Buy Now link below (a $3 booking fee per ticket applies)

If you require mobility assistance please contact Redland Performing Arts Centre Box Office so that we can accommodate your needs.

Status:
On Sale
Purchase:


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A Monkey Baa Theatre Company Production
Based on the book by Jackie French and Bruce Whatley
Directed by Eva di Cesare