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Early years and primary

lady standing on stool leaning over blowing up a large red balloon. Man standing on stool next to her holding up a large yellow inflated balloon. Letters on sticks and stage lights behind them.

EXPLORE AND EXCITE

At Logan Arts we understand that an arts-rich education from an early age helps children develop individual creativity and self-expression. Builds confidence and motivation. Fosters wellbeing and life skills.

Our early years and primary program offers delightful children’s theatre. Educational workshops are offered with selected productions. Teacher resources are available for most productions.

A Celebration of Puppets with Larrikin Puppets

Celebrate World Puppetry Day with an award-winning puppet show performed by Larrikin Puppets.

DATE 21 March
VENUE Kingston Butter Factory
AUDIENCE Pre School & Primary (Ages 0-7)
ARTFORM Puppetry
COST Students $10

One free teacher ticket for every 10 student tickets booked.

LINKS TO CURRICULUM

THEMES Talk, play, sing, music, dance, interact, bond

Guess How Much I Love You

Join the enchanting adventure of Little and Big Nutbrown Hare as they discover the magic and colour of the seasons, in a dazzling new stage adaptation of Sam McBratney’s beloved Guess How Much I Love You books.

DATE 25 March
VENUE Logan Entertainment Centre
AUDIENCE Pre School & Primary (Ages 3+)
ARTFORM Theatre
COST Students $15

One free teacher ticket for every 10 student tickets booked.

LINKS TO CURRICULUM

English, Arts

Education resources pack available on request.

The 13-Storey Treehouse

Andy Griffiths’ & Terry Denton’s best-selling book comes to life on stage for children 6-12 and their
adults!

DATE 30 April
VENUE Logan Entertainment Centre
AUDIENCE  Primary School (Ages 6-12)
ARTFORM Children’s Theatre
COST Students $15

One free teacher ticket for every 10 student tickets booked.

LINKS TO CURRICULUM

English, Arts

Edward the Emu

Edward and Edwina both wonder if there is more to life than being an emu but after adventures beyond the closure, they discover that the best thing you can be is…you!

DATE 18 May
VENUE Logan Entertainment Centre
AUDIENCE Pre School & Primary (Ages 0-7)
ARTFORM Children’s Theatre
COST Students $15

One free teacher ticket for every 10 student tickets booked.

LINKS TO CURRICULUM

ENGLISH FOUNDATION – YEAR 4
Literature in context, Responding to literature, Examining literature

DRAMA FOUNDATION – YEAR 4
Explore meaning and interpretation, forms and elements including voice, movement, situation, time and place, and tension when making and responding to drama.

GENERAL CAPABILITIES
Critical and creative thinking, Literacy.

THEMES

Envy, Identity, Belonging, Self-belief

Education resources pack available on request.

The Alphabet of Awesome Science

Join professors Lexi Con and Noel Edge for a thrilling voyage through the alphabet – where great big chewy sesquipedalian words inspire mind-blowing scientific surprises.

DATE 8 July
VENUE Logan Entertainment Centre
AUDIENCE  Primary School (Ages 5-12)
ARTFORM Children’s Theatre
COST Students $15

One free teacher ticket for every 10 student tickets booked.

LINKS TO CURRICULUM

SCIENCE FOUNDATION – YEAR 6
Chemical and Physical Sciences, Nature Sciences, Development of science inquiry skills

GENERAL CAPABILITIES:
Critical and creative thinking

THEMES

STEM, Scientific exploration, Prediction, Evaluation, Investigate, Observe

 

There’s a Sea in My Bedroom

An immersive introduction to live classical music, capturing the magic of a child’s fantasy world.

DATE 21 & 22 July
VENUE Kingston Butter Factory
AUDIENCE Pre School & Primary (Ages 2-8)
ARTFORM Children’s Theatre
COST Students $15

One free teacher ticket for every 10 student tickets booked.

LINKS TO CURRICULUM

ENGLISH FOUNDATION – YEAR 4
Literature in Context, Responding to literature, Examining literature
DRAMA FOUNDATION – YEAR 4
Explore meaning and interpretation, forms and elements including voice, movement, situation, time and place, and tension when making and responding to drama.
MUSIC FOUNDATION – YEAR 4
Develop aural skills by exploring, imitating, and recognising elements of music including dynamics, pitch and rhythm patterns. Identify intended purposes and meanings as they listen to music using the elements of music to make comparisons, starting with Australian music.

THEMES

Education resources pack available on request.

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