Credit: Photograph (c) Bob Seary
Great school holiday entertainment can be hard to come by but you will not go wrong with Stage Fright! playing at the New Theatre. Stage Fright! was written by Richard Tulloch (The Book of Everything) almost 20 years ago based on the stories of Paul Jennings (Round the Twist, Unreal!, Unbelievable!) and still stands the test of time.
Tulloch pulls together a selection of Jennings quirky tales with an amusing story involving three school children trapped in a 'haunted' house. The cast successfully take on multiple roles to bring the stories of Jennings alive including Skeleton on the dunny, Lucky Lips and The Copy.
Stage Fright! isn't scary but will have the whole family (adults included) laughing out loud. For me, the afternoon brought back memories of going to the theatre when I was a child. My kids and I enjoyed this show and we highly recommend it.
- Before each matinee kids get the opportunity to discover the world of behind the scenes, with a pre - show backstage tour and 'meet-and-greet' with the cast
- The performance runs for app 2 hours with interval
- If your child is inspired to get on the stage, the New Theatre are running acting workshops over the holidays for kids aged 7 - 11 years
Bookings and more info
Runs until the 28th Jan 2012 at New Theatre, Newtown
Suitable for 7 - 13 years
Tickets $18 each or family of four $60