We’re giving away 4x Family Passes to the Caterpillars Theatre Show! Visit our Facebook page HERE to enter. TUE 2, WED 3, THU 4 AND FRI…
20 September 2018
We’re giving away 4x Family Passes to the Caterpillars Theatre Show!
Visit our Facebook page HERE to enter.
TUE 2, WED 3, THU 4 AND FRI 5 OCT
11-11:45AM** AND 2-2:45PM**
About the show
Caterpillars, is an award winning theatre show that has already been loved by audiences throughout Europe and Asia. Perfect family entertainment, this theatre experience is a great way to entertain children these school holidays.
Caterpillars is set in a magical world of flitting butterflies, jumping eggs, and giant swaying flowers, two lycra-clad clown puppeteers try their hardest to remain unseen and at service to their puppets: two enormous Caterpillars.
Caught in the wrong place at the wrong time, with nothing but their wits to cover up escalating blunders, the hapless puppeteers take upbeat absurdity, slapstick and silliness to new heights, but, get grounded hilariously in reality in this wordless child-friendly performance that can be enjoyed by young and old alike.
Caterpillars is created by Thomas Monckton, creator and star of the multi-award-winning Moving Stationery and the Edinburgh Fringe 5-star hit The Pianist, which recently toured throughout Europe.
Ticket price includes pre and post-show activities.
EVENT CENTRE – MEET AT THE BIG RED ARROW IN THE SOUTH ATRIUM FOR ACCESS TO THE EVENT CENTRE
ENTRY INCLUDES FACE-PAINTING AND CRAFT ACTIVITIES
**Event Centre opens 45 minutes before each show for craft activities and face painting (from 10.15am and 1.15pm respectively), and remains open 45 minutes after each show for craft activities and face painting (until 12.30pm and 3.30pm respectively)**
Please note that seating is general admission. Please aim to be seated at least 10 minutes before the performance start times of 11am or 2pm.
Parking is limited around the Museum and is busy during school holiday periods so plan to arrive well in advance to secure a park. Otherwise consider using public transport to the Museum.