Bluey’s Big Play The Stage Show | BREC

Bluey’s Big Play The Stage Show

Run Time 45 minutes no interval
Price From $49.40 inc BF
Presented By BBC Studios and Andrew Kay in association with QPAC’s Out of The Box and Windmill Theatre Co

Suitable for all ages, recommended for 2+ years

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26 May 2021
6:30 pm
27 May 2021
12:00 pm
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This is Bluey’s Big Play! And it’s really for real life!

When Dad feels like a little bit of Sunday arvo time out, Bluey and Bingo have other plans! Join them as they pull out all of the games and ingenuity at their disposal to get Dad off that bean bag!

Bluey’s Big Play is a brand new theatrical adaptation of the Emmy® award-winning children’s television series, with an original story by Bluey’s creator Joe Brumm, and new music by Brisbane’s Beethoven and Bluey composer, Joff Bush.

Join The Heelers in their first live theatre show made just for you, featuring brilliantly created puppets, this is Bluey as you’ve never seen it before, brought to real life!

Director Rose Myers
Written by Joe Brumm

Designer Jonathon Oxlade
Music by Joff Bush
Puppetry Director Jacob Williams
Presented by BBC Studios and Andrew Kay in association with QPAC’s Out of The Box and Windmill Theatre Co.

Please note: This performance was rescheduled. All ticket holders have been contacted If you need more information about the rescheduled performances please contact our Box Office team.

  Booking Tickets

Due to COVID-19 requirements, capacity is limited and seating is allocated, so please book in advance online to avoid disappointment at the door.

  Your Safety

Our community’s safety comes first. We have moved to online bookings and contactless payments, we have also increased hygiene measures and observe required COVID restrictions.

If you are feeling unwell please do not attend and contact our Box Office team to discuss your options. Read more about our current safety measures in our Venue Guide.

★★★★★ “A glorious celebration of everything you love about the show has been woven into a touching new story – for real life.”

The Guardian