As a result of the ongoing COVID-19 border closures we wish to advise that this production has been postponed. We do not have a new date for this performance yet, so the the RPAC Box Office will be processing refunds for this event.
- If you purchased tickets online, you will receive an automatic refund within the next 10-15 working days to your nominated credit card.
- If you purchased your tickets directly from the Box Office, our team will be in contact with you within the next 10-15 business days to organise your refund or credit note.
An epic tale of trashy proportions!
A puppet show with sustainability at its heart, Escape from Trash Mountain is a poignant look at how good relationships and fervent optimism are the key to saving our planet.
Watch in amazement as a large mountain of trash transforms into a cave and becomes the epic playground for our heroes to fight trash bats, navigate treacherous ravines and outwit hideous trash monsters!
The whole family will be captivated as two performers operate 17 different puppets and a transforming trash mountain to bring the show to life.
You can even become hands-on and make your very own Trash Puppet, guided by our expert puppet-maker performers at one of the workshops. Workshop places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.
More details about the workshops are below. Workshop place are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.
Ben Anderson, Jhess Knight, Amy Moule, Jacob Williams, Jess Davie, and Peter Nielson.
TRASH PUPPETS WORKSHOPS
Age suitability: all ages
Duration: 1.5 hrs
Cost: $5 for children attending one of the performances
At Trash Puppets, we educate adults and children alike on the concepts of sustainability, with particular focus on waste reduction, through creative puppet workshops where imaginations are expanded and where play is key.
The materials used to make Trash Puppets are 100% recycled and reused. For your child to get the most out of this experience, we encourage parents and children to start their own ‘trash puppets bag’ of clean recyclables at home for use in the workshop.
A list of FAQs and the types of materials that are suitable are available HERE >
NOTE: This event has been rescheduled from the Easter School Holidays (Thu 8 - Sat 10 April) to the September School Holidays.
Date and time
|Tuesday 21 September - Dunwich Hall, North Stradbroke Island|
|- Performances: 11am & 1pm|
|Friday 24 & Saturday 25 September - Redland Performing Arts Centre|
|- Performances: 10am & 2pm|
|- Trash Puppet Workshops: 11.30am|
|Early Bird Ticket RPAC Performances:||$19.00|
|Trash Puppet Workshop:||$5.00|
2 -16 Middle Street, Cleveland, QLD 4163Get directions
Workshop bookings can only be made with a performance ticket.
After choosing your performance the option to purchase a workshop ticket will be available at the 'shopping basket' stage before you finalise your booking.
Performance and workshop times have changed from originally advertised. The times are now finalised as shown.
Suitable for all ages
Early Bird pricing ends:
For Early Bird Tickets book before midnight on Aug 1. After this date Adults $25, Snrs/Pens $22, Children $20 and Families $80 ($20pp) for RPAC performances.
$5 by phone and $6 online per transaction.
Box Office hours:
Monday - Friday 9am to 4pm, and 1 hour prior to performances.