Andy and Terry’s famous Treehouse has reached an astonishing 91 Stories and you get to see it for yourself at The Art House Theatre in Wyong this March!

Fans of the popular book series by Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton can see their favourite characters from the “The 91-Storey Treehouse” – with its deserted desert island, whirlpool, and giant spider – get brought to life on stage when the show comes to the Central Coast this Autumn!

Kids and their parents won’t be able to peel their eyes away as Andy, Terry, and Jill realise they’re about to face their biggest challenge yet – extreme babysitting! Mr Big Nose has sent his grandchildren to the treehouse, and they don’t want to just sit quietly, that’s for sure!

The Art House Cafe

Families will simply love this show as it takes them on a fantastical adventure through the weird, wild, and wonderful world of The 91 Storey Treehouse. Then afterwards, they can head to The Art House Cafe for lunch or afternoon tea where they’ll find a really well-priced menu with food options catering to all fancies – including plenty of sweet treats for Mum and Dad! Playing in Puddles visited – check out our review here.

Book Tickets

To book tickets to see whether Andy, Terry and Jill will master this extreme babysitting challenge, to discover what the mysterious fortune teller Madam Know-It-All really wants, or to see if the Big Red Button really will destroy the world – visit The Art House website!

Age group: Kids aged 6 – 12 years and their adults.
Where: The Art House Theatre, 19-21 Margaret Street, Wyong
When: Monday 8 March 6pm, Tuesday 9 March 10am and Tuesday 9 March 12pm.
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.
Cost: Adult $25 | Children $20 | Family (2A + 2C or 1A + 3C) $75 | School $15.
Phone: 4335 1485

The 91-Storey Treehouse – A play by Richard Tulloch, adapted from the book by Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton.


Written By: MANDY EKMAN

Content Producer & Social Media Manager

Mandy started her media career at a digital media agency in London, before relocating to Sydney in 2008. Over the past 11 years, Mandy has gained a wide range of experience across bought, owned and earned digital media channels and after moving to the Central Coast with her husband and three kids in 2017, is really excited to be part of the Playing in Puddles team.