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School Holiday Fun that will inspire our children to care for the Environment

Date
09 Apr 2021 to 10 Apr 2021
Location
Redland Performing Arts Centre
2-16 Middle Street
Cleveland,
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About the Event

**EVENT CANCELLED*  Head to Redland Performing Arts Centre in Cleveland for an epic tale of trashy proportions!

‘Escape from Trash Mountain’ is a fun and engaging puppet show with sustainability at its heart, that takes a poignant look at how good relationships and fervent optimism are the key to saving our planet … all while keeping the whole family entertained!

The show presents a tale of two friends who meet and take-off on an adventure to find “Paradise”. Their search takes them on an epic adventure as they encounter unknown landscapes and their inhabitants! Throughout the journey, they discover more about themselves and the environment in which they live.

Watch in amazement as a large mountain of trash transforms into a cave and becomes the playground for our heroes to fight trash bats, navigate treacherous ravines and outwit hideous trash monsters!

Featuring 17 different puppets and a transforming trash mountain, this creative show highlights what can be made with recycled rubbish and teaches us about the importance of sustainability.

This is “a great show for all ages with plenty of interaction and a really sweet message about the importance of friendships and loving where you live” according to Glam Adelaide. Don’t take their word for it; book tickets now for some school holiday fun and join our two loveable characters on their adventure.

You can also make a day of it and get hands-on and make your very own Trash Puppet, guided by our expert puppet-maker performers at one of the workshops. Recycleman will also be on hand to educate young children on the importance of recycling and ongoing sustainability.

Full details of performance and workshop times are available on the RPAC website www.rpac.com.au

Performances: 10am and 2pm daily (price $20-$25)

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