Summerhouse: Kids Events @ The Sydney Opera House

  • Sat Jan 03 - Sat Jan 31 2015
  • Preschoolers
    Family
    Kids
    Mums & Bubs
    Parents Only
    Teens
    Todders
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The Sydney Opera House proudly presents a series of exciting, vibrant and highly entertaining shows, tours and workshops throughout January as part of the Summerhouse series.

Here is ellaslist top picks for the best of Summerhouse events for kids and families – be sure to be quick to book as tickets for all events are selling out fast!

Summer Creative Play 3 – 26 January
Sydney Opera House wants you and your children to have a rich artistic experience. Their free Creative Play program compliments world class shows providing an active and creative outlet for your children, where they become the artists. Creative Play is a series of interactive installations staffed by professional artists designed to activate and inspire your children. Join in the fun and get creative!

The Junior Tour 5-31 January
A one hour Junior Tour jam-packed with interactive activities and games for the whole family to enjoy the journey through the iconic Sydney Opera House. Adventure deep in to the Opera House following your guide and learn how the summer shows come to life through props, costumes and stage lights!

The 26-Storey Treehouse 3-25 January
Andy and Terry had such a ball with their crash-landing entry into the world of theatre with The 13-Storey Treehouse, they’re back for more. Thirteen storeys more, in fact, and you’re invited!

The Snail and The Whale 7-17 January
Some travel by bus and some get around by bike, but to see the whole world, it’s best to hitch a ride on the tail of a giant humpback whale. As told by a loving father to his young daughter, one small snail “with an itchy foot” does just that in an adventure-filled story about an unlikely friendship.

Masquerade 7-17 January
As a child, playwright Kate Mulvany found respite in the vibrant and imaginative world of Kit Williams’ Masquerade, and believes this comfort played an integral part in her recovery from cancer. It was this experience that led her to adapt Masquerade for the stage. This magical tale is certain to enchant audiences aged nine to 90!

Check out all the other great events happening as part of Summerhouse - ENJOY!

 

 

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