Wilde Creatures

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Wilde Creatures

Venue Lennox Theatre
Dates 19 July - 21 July 2018
Category Live Event

Riverside presents a Tall Stories and Nica Burns Production
WILDE CREATURES
Based on the fairy tales of Oscar Wilde

The multi award-winning theatre company who brought you The Gruffalo, The Gruffalo’s Child and Room on the Broom return with an exciting new musical direct from London’s West End.

Come on a fantastic journey through palaces, forests and beyond. Based on Oscar Wilde’s best loved fairy tales, including The Happy Prince and The Nightingale and the Rose, this spectacular show features original live music, imaginative storytelling and a generous dash of comedy.

Join a live band of storytelling musicians, as they try to choose a new statue for the town square. Will it be the pompous Mayor, the haughty Princess or the lovesick Student?

Suitable for: Ages 5+ and their families

Dates & Times:
Thursday 19 July at 10:30am
Friday 20 July at 10:30am
Saturday 21 July at 11:30am & 1:30pm


READ OUR BLOG: ‘WILDE’ FAIRY TALES FOR KIDS

Everyone’s heard of Oscar Wilde. What a lot of people don’t know is that he also wrote fairy tales – 2 books of them in fact, The Happy Prince and Other Tales and The House of Pomegranates. It is his fairy tales that are used as the foundation for Wilde Creatures coming direct from London’s West End to Riverside Theatres in July. Click here to read more…


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Duration

60 minutes (No interval)

Ticket Prices

Members Adult $28
Members Concession $23
Club 30 $21
Adult $31
Concession (Australian Senior & Pensioner, Full Time Student) $26
30 & Under $26
Group 10+ $26
Child Under 16 $24
Family of 4 $98
Vacation Care Student/Teacher $16

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