The new theatre production, Loose Ends, from Paris-trained multi-disciplinary circus artist Jens Altheimer is coming to the Ipswich Art Gallery these September school holidays, and it is set to bedazzle and bemuse kids of all ages.
Loose Ends is a story about friendship and acceptance in an eccentric world of puppets, gadgetry, tricks and quirky characters. There’s plenty of entertainment and a dose of emotion in this story about a man who thinks he can organise his life into boxes.
Family members of all ages are sure to giggle and gasp at the talented Jens, and the imaginative world he brings to life in front of the audience’s eyes.
Loose Ends is the Adelaide Fringe 2017 Nominee for Best Children’s Presentation, and Jen’s Altheimer’s performances have received incredible feedback from the public.
“Funny, enthralling, engaging for children and adults alike.”
“All in all, an amazing live performance, a great way to expose them to live theatre and the arts in a fun and educational environment.”
Check out the video below for a sneak preview!
Loose Ends will take over the Children’s Gallery during the September school holidays with two performances on most days, and preview performances on Saturday 9 September.
Tickets are now on sale for the school holidays through the Ipswich Art Gallery website, adults are at kid’s prices - all tickets are just $7 each and under 2s who don’t take up their own seat are free.
Show times and bookings are available at the Ipswich Art Gallery website www.ipswichartgallery.qld.gov.au.
This is a big ticket event for the Ipswich Art Gallery, so they recommend to book online early to avoid disappointment! There will be only limited tickets available at the door.