It’s one of the most-loved children’s books of all time. And it’s coming to a theatre near you!
That’s right, book lovers! The Gruffalo is live on stage during the upcoming school holidays.
We’ve got your chance to win a family pass to see the show right here!
The Gruffalo live returns to Australia
After sell-out seasons across the world, The Gruffalo is leaving the deep, dark wood and heading down under for another round of delightful performances.
This is the award-winning musical adaptation of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s popular picture book. And it follows Mouse on an appetising tale of adventure.
Searching for hazelnuts, Mouse meets the cunning Fox, the eccentric old Owl and the party mad Snake. Will the story of the terrifying Gruffalo save Mouse from ending up as dinner for these hungry woodland creatures? After all, there’s no such thing as a Gruffalo – is there?
Featuring a platter of colourful characters, this monster hit is sure to captivate kids (and adults) of all ages. Expect plenty of sing-along songs, lots of laughs and a stage full of scary fun!
Catch The Gruffalo live at:
- Brisbane’s QUT Gardens Theatre from 20-27 September 2018
- Melbourne’s Athenaeum Theatre from 2 – 6 October 2018
There are more performances scheduled too in New South Wales, Canberra, Victoria, Queensland and Northern Territory, including in many regional towns for our country cousins!
Each show runs for 55 minutes with no intermission and is suitable for kiddies 3+ and their adults. Check the CDP Kids website for more information on each performance.
Whether their favourite food is roasted fox, owl ice cream, scrambled snake or Gruffalo crumble, children will eat up this tasty performance.
We have two family passes (four tickets) to give away – one in Melbourne and one in Brisbane – valued at $148 each.
Our Brisbane family pass is for The Gruffalo – Live on Stage at QUT Gardens Theatre on Sunday 23 September at 10am. Our Melbourne family pass is for The Gruffalo – Live on Stage at the Athenaeum Theatre in Melbourne on Wednesday 3 October at 10am.