If you’ve got primary school-aged kids at home, then it’s highly likely they’re familiar with the best-selling children’s book The 13-Storey Treehouse by Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton!
But – let us tell you this! Mini bookworms may THINK they know this story, but the stage show coming to The Art House Wyong this May brings the ultimate Treehouse plot twist! Read on to discover why your kids won’t want to miss this fabulously engaging and instantly amusing performance this Autumn!
The 13-Storey Treehouse Performance
Andy and Terry are all set to put on their very first play, but they, err, forgot to write it. Awkward! Where will they find flying cats, a giant gorilla, and a whole host of other weird and wonderful creatures to help bring their stories to life?
With a seriously funny cast, some magical moments of theatrical wizardry, and a truckload of imagination, it’s not surprising that The 13-Storey Treehouse has sold-out seasons across the country and is now back by popular demand! So be sure to grab your tickets to see this multi-award-winning book brought to life on stage this May!
When: Mon 30 May, 6pm, and Tue 31 May, 10am and 12pm.
Where: The Art House, Wyong.
Cost: Adult $25 | Child $20 | Family of 4 $75 | School Groups $15. Children up to the age of two years are free of charge if seated on the lap of an adult. Children two years and over must have a ticket purchased for them.
Age group: Recommended for kids aged 6-12 years and their families.
Contact: Call 4335 1485 or visit The Art House website.
Dine and Discover Vouchers are accepted.
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