Warning: small parts

Monday 2 – Thursday 5 April & Tuesday 10 – Friday 13 April
10:15, 11:45 & 1:30

Theatre performance
Suitable for 3 – 10 years

Syms Covington loves collecting.
The problem is – he’s collected everything already!
In search of adventure (and new things to collect), he hitches a ride from England to Australia aboard Charles Darwin’s ship The Beagle. This micro-magical tale has bugs, a smooth talking armadillo, a lazy iguana, giant tortoises, a scary squid, a mermaid, green sausages, some ridiculous sailors, a mysterious platypus and lots of natural artefacts for the children to touch and examine. This show is proof that no matter how small you are, you can do big things.

Presented by the Grin and Tonic Theatre Troupe who have been serving the State of Queensland in Australia for over forty years.

Theatre, Level 2
The performance runs for 45mins with time after the show for children to explore the objects.

Tickets $8 (adults, children 3 – 15)
Tickets can be purchased at Queensland Museum & Sciencentre ticketing, Level 2. Tickets on sale from Monday 12 March.

For groups 10 + contact Group Booking on 07 3840 7608 or email education@qm.qld.gov.au.

 

Grips and Tonic Theatre Troupe logo  

Event Details

Dates
02 April 2012 - 13 April 2012
Location
Level 2, Theatre
Cost
Tickets $8 (adults, children 3 - 15 years)