• World Day of Theatre for Children and Young People - Special Offer

    20th March 2015

    Today is the World Day of Theatre for Children and Young People!

    Shared theatre experiences are a great way to spark conversation between us and our children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Reading the book (or having your children read it to you) is another way to maximise the experience to make it extra special.

    To celebrate this special day, we are offering everyone that purchases tickets TODAY for a performance of Moominpappa at Sea the chance to win a copy of the book!

    Give your children the chance to see, hear, think, feel and imagine these holidays by booking your tickets today.

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  • In Conversation: Creating Solo Works

    18th March 2015

    Wednesday April 8, 7:30pm

    Led by adapting writer/performer/director Michael Barlow, Designer Leon Hendroff and Creative Consultant Noriko Nishimoto, we will discuss the challenge and opportunities in creating solo work, the two-hat process of adapting… more »

  • Community brought to life through magical dance and puppetry residency

    13th March 2015

    Spare Parts Puppet Theatre has spent the last fortnight based at the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre (MPAC) working on the creative development of Fox, a new work based on the award-winning book by Margaret Wild and Ron Brooks. … more »

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Moominpappa at Sea || Mar-Apr 2015

Produced by special arrangement with Agency North Ltd
www.agencynorth.com

A charming and timeless story that will delight and inspire you to be more curious about the world around you…

Moominpappa at Sea will take you on a compelling journey of self-discovery though the eyes of a small family of adventurous Moomintroll’s.

The story is skillfully brought to life by solo performer Michael Barlow who draws you into the lives of these enchanting creatures as they face challenges with courage, humour and optimism.

Be uplifted by the witty and whimsical Moomin’s as they explore the mysterious surroundings of their new island home!

Artform: Puppetry, Drama, Physical Theatre.

In Conversation
Artist Talk following the 6:30pm performance on April 8
Led by adapting writer/performer/director Michael Barlow, Designer Leon Hendroff and Creative Consultant Noriko Nishimoto, we will discuss the challenge and opportunities in creating solo work, the two-hat process of adapting and directing, the role of the creative consultant in developing works and the journey of the designer.

Wednesday 8 April following the 6:30pm performance of Moominpappa at Sea
RSVP to admin@sppt.asn.au by Monday 6 April

The highest quality teacher’s notes will be provided for all teachers including activities with strong curriculum links.

 

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