by Finegan Kruckemeyer

Coming to your primary school in TERM 2 2018
Zachary’s height is exactly the height of an average boy for his average age.
Zachary’s hair lies exactly the way, of an average boy’s on an average day.
And when he dreams at night, Zachary dreams the most average dreams.
Because Zachary Briddling... is awfully middling.
And it makes him so grumpy!
Zachary wants to be different. So he thinks of all the other places out there – filled with giants, and miniatures, and hairy things, and flying things – places where he would not be middling at all. And so he sets out... to stand out.
The Grumpiest Boy in the World is a playful escapade of the imagination celebrating ordinariness and extraordinariness – and the grumpiness that can come from thinking we have too much of one, or not enough of the other.

A production designed  especially  for primary school students.
TERM 2 2018
Years prep to 5

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by Andrew Bovell

Welcome to the 80's event of the year! Bring your big hair and fluro for a fun packed evening of comedy and music.
After Dinner is a riproaring romp set in a pub in the 1980's, it follows 5 singles in their quest for love.  Desperate for companionship, they succomb to cheap wine, too many beers and dubious dance moves.
Before Tinder,  the only way to meet a mate was to see them face to face!
'Bursting with energy and comic flair.' The List

September 20,21,22



When Santa’s Naughty or Nice list goes missing it’s up to a sassy girl, a beat boxing mouse and an Elf-B-I agent to help save Christmas.
 Join us for an enchanting festive treat for anyone who
believes in the joy of Christmas. So get your family, friends and a picnic together and experience a tropical Christmas under the starry night sky.
Munro Martin Parklands
Gates open 5.00pm | Show starts 7.00pm
Adult $15.75 Concession $10.50
Family (2 Adults, 2 Children) $42 0-3 years of age free
All ticket prices include booking fee.
Tickets sold through or phone 1300 855 835


The ultimate twisted Christmas Pantomime comes to life in classic Cairns style! A Cairns Christmas Carol is an antipodean interpretation of the Charles Dickens tale penned in 1843. Don your Christmas hats, warm up your carolling voice and 'boo' along until Scrooge gets it right!
A mean-spirited, miserly old man named Ebenezer Scrooge hates Christmas and thinks it is a ridiculous occasion, especially when it’s stinking hot! One Christmas Eve in balmy FNQ, he is visited by three ghosts who help him see the error of his ways. Scrooge discovers that a little empathy and love for one's community can be cause for celebration anywhere!
Staged in the outdoor amphitheatre of Munro Martin Parklands, A Cairns Christmas Carol pulls together local creative professionals with choral work by Cairns Young Voices.

New To The School’, is a theatre production especially for children focusing on the qualities of resilience, acceptance, bullying and empathy.

A physical show incorporating Dr. Seuss type dialogue with huge characters and slap stick comedy! A young girl has moved from Sydney to Cairns with her family.  We see FNQ through her eyes – a strange place where green ants roam free, sweat pours off everyone and people have swimming pools.  In this exciting new piece of experiential theatre the children, as the audience, become part of the storytelling process.