Presented by Country Arts SA and Windmill Theatre Co

More stories based on the much-loved picture book character created by Ted Prior

Grug began his life as the grassy top of a Burrawang tree. Fascinated by the world around him and never short of an adventure, now he’s back by popular demand.

Embarking on his own epic journey to find a rainbow, it always seems just beyond his grasp. But Grug is full of determination and his adventures are always full of surprises.

Featuring exquisite puppetry and more of the gentle storytelling that has delighted audiences around the world, this brand new show has been especially created for the next generation of our littlest theatregoers (and those who just love Grug).

Ages: 1 – 5

School Bookings contact: Windmill Arts Education Manager : [email protected] or 08 8210 7202

 

Hopgood Theatre 10am & 12.30pm sessions – SOLD OUT

Grug and the Rainbow is supported by

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Craft Anonymous
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