Storm Boy

Playhouse QPAC

Colin Thiele’s much-loved coming-of-age story Storm Boy is being brought to magical life on the Brisbane stage in a not-to-be-missed show that will enchant audiences of all ages.

This landmark new production, featuring masterful puppetry by the acclaimed Dead Puppet Society, is the work of the creative forces who were behind Queensland Theatre hit shows Jasper Jones and The Wider Earth. 

Storm Boy, QPAC, Brisbane

The bittersweet tale is about young Storm Boy, who lives a simple yet free life on the coastal wilds of the South Australian Coorong,while combing the beaches with his reclusive father, Hideaway Tom.

Storm Boy, QPAC, Brisbane

During a long summer, he makes two friends who will take him from childhood into adulthood: the jester Fingerbone Bill, who teaches him about his country; and Mr Percival, an orphaned pelican who prepares Storm Boy for the wider world with a poignant lesson about love, loss and letting go.

Storm Boy, QPAC, Brisbane

Nice to know - Relaxed performance of Storm Boy on Saturday 10 August 2pm - Experience the wonder of live performance in an environment that is informal and open to all audience reactions. Relaxed performances are for anyone and are particularly suitable for audiences with disability including autism spectrum conditions, sensory, communication or learning disabilities.

Need to know - Take advantage of the Exclusive Family Offer and save up to 30% - just $180 for 2 adults/2 children (suitable 8+). Book Family Offer tickets HERE

(Valid for all performances, excluding Previews and Opening Night; No further concessions or discounts apply.)

Queensland Theatre is a valued partner of Must Do Brisbane.com

Storm Boy

Playhouse QPAC

Melbourne St

Cnr Grey St

South Brisbane

Jul 29 - Aug 17

13 62 46

 

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