INVITATION The Smallest Stage Opening Night | BREC


We would love to welcome you, and your guest to the opening night performance of



A story about love


The performance will be followed by a short Q & A with the creative team.
Please join us afterwards in the Sky Bar to celebrate this World Premiere.

We invite you to experience with us this heart-warming true story exploring the love and connection between parent and child. The Smallest Stage transports you back to Manjimup writer Kim Crotty’s experiences in Dartmoor prison, and his endeavours to stay connected to his two boys by creating unique short stories and illustrations.

DATE: Saturday, 12 February 2022
PERFORMANCE TIME: 75 minutes (no interval)
VENUE: THE CUBE, Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre
RSVP: Essential by Monday 7 February by filling in the form below

*INTERACTIVE TICKETS  A limited number of Interactive tickets are available for the performance. One interactive ticket covers a parent/guardian or close adult carer AND their child aged 9-14. Ticket holders participate in the show via a guided audio track

A NOTE FOR PARENTS: The Smallest Stage contains carefully handled but honest references to adult themes including drugs, family violence and imprisonment. It also contains references to cake decorating, competitive racing slugs of improbable size, and the extraordinary ways parents can tell their children how much they love them.

BREC strives to make arts accessible to the whole community. For accessible bookings please contact our Box Office Team on 1300 661 272. Our Box Office is open Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm.



RSVP’s have now closed

Please Note:

  • BREC will be following all government requirements relating to the management of COVID-19. These requirements may change with very little notice. Currently anyone attending the performance will be required to show proof of full vaccination, check in on entry and wear a mask while at BREC.
  • If you wish to purchase additional tickets for other friends or family to attend the same performance please RSVP below and email with your additional ticket requirements.
  • If you are unable to attend on the 12th February and wish to transfer your invitation to another performance, please email

For more information about The Smallest Stage, please visit the event page

This project has been assisted by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries and the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development and the Australia=n Government through the Council for the Arts.

The project was first developed at the inaugural BREC Artist Retreat at Donnelly River Village in 2019, produced by Performing Lines and BREC. Development was funded by the Australia Council for the Arts, Lotterywest, the Regional Arts Fund, DGLSCI, Perth Festival and BREC.