• In Conversation: Embracing Difference

    28th June 2016

    Join writer Sally Richardson, Performer Bec Bradley and Child Psychologist Darin Cairns as they discuss the role of arts in embracing difference and contributing to the emotional development of children. The discussion, facilitated by Autism West’s CEO Alison Davis, is an opportunity for you to engage in a conversation with experienced professionals from different sectors expressing their thoughts and opinions on the role of live theatre in young people’s lives.

    Wednesday 6 July, 7:30pm
    Following the 6:30pm performance of Splat!
    Light refreshments provided.
    Tickets for Splat! available online: www.sppt.asn.au more »

  • Vale Noriko Nishimoto

    17th May 2016

    It is with a great sadness, love and respect that we let you know that our State Living Treasure, Life Member and long-time Artistic Director, Noriko Nishimoto, passed away yesterday morning. … more »

  • I See Red - Leave the kids at home for this performance!

    9th May 2016

    Little Red Riding Hood reimagined as adult theatre by Spare Parts and WAAPA

    May 19 – 20 at Spare Parts Puppet Theatre

    A collage of adult puppetry works inspired by the classic fairy tale, Little Red Riding Hood, is the basis of an exciting performance… more »

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Splat! - July

Splat! is a high energy fusion of circus, puppetry, dance, digital animation and paper-play that will leave you breathless from laughter and amazement.

Be astounded by heart stopping acrobatics, astonishing physicality, internationally acclaimed clowning and the finest puppetry found anywhere in the world.

Splat! is a wordless celebration of friendship designed to unleash creativity and expressiveness through play.

“…acrobatics, slapstick and puppetry ensure all ages keep giggling.” – The West Australian



In Conversation: Embracing Difference, The Role of The Arts

6 July, following the 6:30pm performance of Splat!

Join writer Sally Richardson, Performer Bec Bradley and Child Psychologist Darin Cairns as they discuss the role of arts in embracing difference and contributing to the emotional development of children. The discussion, facilitated by Autism West’s CEO Alison Davis, is an opportunity for you to engage in a conversation with experienced professionals from different sectors expressing their thoughts and opinions on the role of live theatre in young people’s lives.

 

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