Bluey’s Big Play, Melbourne & Australia
Bluey’s Big Play, the stage show is touring Australia and Mum’s Little Explorers got to see the opening show at the Arts Centre in Melbourne! If you have a little Bluey lover, then don’t miss your opportunity to see Australia’s favourite Heeler pup in this much anticipated production. It is a brilliant stage show for kids that parents will love too.
Bluey’s Big Play – The Stage Show
Bluey is a much-loved TV show by both parents and kids, and is the most-watched series ever on ABC iview, with over 480 million plays across series 1 & 2.
It comes to no surprise that the stage show was loved just as much by Mum’s Little Explorers who were dressed up in their Bluey merchandise, laughing, singing, and dancing the whole way through.
What to expect?
This is Bluey brought to real life as you’ve never seen it before.
The acclaimed theatrical adaptation of the children’s television series, Bluey’s Big Play The Stage Show features an original story by Bluey creator Joe Brumm and new music by Bluey composer, Joff Bush.
It centres around Bluey and Bingo trying to get dad off the phone and playing with them, (teaching parents an important lesson on the way). And it also delivers a message about siblings and being a good role model.
The Arts Centre is a great venue, the setting is bright and colourful, and matches what you see on TV. With such a small venue, any seat you choose is fine.
The puppetry is brilliant. The people behind have the same expression that the characters have and you don’t really notice them because the show it is so engaging.
The show goes for 45 minutes, so long enough to keep the kids engaged, but not too long that the kids get bored.
It is incredibly funny and entertaining all the way through with energetic performances. There is plenty of adult humour, as with all the Bluey shows, so there is lots of laughter from the kids but also the parents too.
The show ends with bubbles flying around everywhere and the kids dancing around trying to catch them which is really fun.
If your kids love to watch Bluey on TV, they will absolutely love the stage show, it is something that parents and kids will thoroughly enjoy together.
From 18th June – 30th July 2021
Arts Centre Melbourne (You can find parking here too)