With so many great events and activities happening in this fine city this summer, you're probably wondering what to do with yourselves over the school holidays once Christmas is out of the way. Look no further than Arts Centre Melbourne.
There's a very exciting summer program on the agenda for the Arts Centre Melbourne, offering lots of family fun for you and your little ones. Here's the lowdown:
Room on the Broom from 4 - 15 January 2017
Room on the Broom
Little ones and their grown-ups are invited to fly into the Playhouse theatre this summer for the magical adaptation of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s Room on the Broom.
In A Deep Dark Forest is an interactive experience for those can wish to get lost in an exciting new adventure game.
Les Moutons (The Sheep) from 19 - 22 January 2017
Les Moutons (The Sheep) who will take up residence on the Arts Centre Melbourne Lawn.
Macdeth from 19 -21 January 2017
Company 13’s Macdeth is a Shakespearian treat performed in an immediate, filmic style in the Fairfax Studio. The funny, cautionary and fake-bloody tale combines Shakespeare’s rich language with a healthy dose of invention and idiocy.
Operation Ouch! Live on Stage on 21 and 22 January, 2017.
Operation Ouch! is a popular British TV programme produced for children. The educational show focused on the human body, what happens in A&E and what doctors have to do when problems occur. Now the well-known TV siblings are all set to perform Operation Ouch! in front of a live Australian audience, performing at the Playhouse.
Steve Backshall in Deadly 60: Pole to Pole Live! on Tuesday 24 January 2017
Deadly 60: Pole to Pole Live
Deadly 60: Pole to Pole Live is a live event to entertain all ages of wildlife enthusiasts, would-be explorers and global travellers presented by Steve Backshall, intrepid explorer and presenter of the kid's TV show Deadly 60.