14 – 17 April 2021
It’s a new day and a new school for Oliver and even making a new friend, Claire, doesn’t help him with the feeling that nothing is as it should be. When Claire agrees to show Oliver home at the end of the day and then stay and play for a while, things still aren’t right… and they’re about to get much worse. Somehow, they find themselves a lot further away from home than either of them could ever have imagined! How are they ever going to find their way back?
Oh, and did we mention that they were being followed? Eeek!
An engaging musical adventure for our littlest arts lovers, JUNGLE BUNGLE is a joyous journey that explores the fear of the unknown, while celebrating friendship, individuality, and imagination.
Complete with COVIDSafe arts and crafts before each show (where children can create their own animals to join them throughout) these April School Holidays join Claire and Oliver at Theatre Works on an exciting safari created to engage the young, and young at heart, in a magical musical adventure!
Join in the safari adventure from home! After purchasing a livestream pass, you will receive a video link 24 hours before the performance. Simply log click the link just before 7pm on your designated night and you’re all set for a night of theatre for the whole family – from the living room couch!
"A toe-tapping delight... The perfect theatre introduction for adventurous little ones!"
COMEDIAN SAMMY J
“Jungle Bungle is a wonderful display of energy and enthusiasm, delivering a simple story with a surprisingly satisfying moral. Barrels of fun, Jungle Bungle is well worth a watch for any family.”
"Australia's own version of the Lion King."
"Through song and dance, fun and laughter, the audience is taken on a unique adventure through the "crazy world".”
Wednesday 14 April, 7:00pm
Thursday 15 April, 7:00pm
Pre-Show Arts & Crafts will commence one hour before the scheduled performance time!
55 minutes no interval
Haze Machine | Flashing Lights
Written and Created by
Producer and Stage Manager
RHYS WILSON, MEG MCKIBBIN AND MITCH RALSTON