Click your heels together and get ready to follow a yellow brick road full of fun, adventure and wacky characters when The Wizard of Oz Interactive Show comes to town on its International Yellow Brick Road Tour through Australia, New Zealand, America, India, Sri Lanka & Singapore.

Kids can rap with the Tinman, roar like a Lion, wake up sleepy Shakey the Scarecrow and dance with Dorothy in this interactive, new re-telling of Frank Baum’s classic story.

“If great grandfather was alive, I’m sure he would be smiling, clapping along and dancing with your show!” exclaimed Robert Baum, great grandson of Oz author L. Frank Baum after watching the show.

Powerful story-telling interacts with striking 3D animation on screen and catchy music to conjure up the magic of Oz in this production by Sydney-based Youngstars2.com.

Come dressed up as your favourite Oz character and create some oz-some photo memories these October school holidays. And don’t forget to bring a toy for our Children’s Hospital Toy Appeal.

A Pre-show Drama Workshop offers a basic introduction to movement, voice plus a valuable opportunity to perform on stage as munchkins with the Oz cast.

The Wizard of Oz Interactive Show on Youtube.

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WEBSITE LINK: www.thewizardofozshow.com

Pine Tree Green by Jane Skeer
  • Visual Arts

Pine Tree Green by Jane Skeer

30th June 2018 — 31st October 2018

Jane Skeer has re-purposed 1,000 plastic gardening pots to create a dynamic new artwork inspired by the pine tree forests we see across the Limestone Coast

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Island to Inland
  • Visual Arts

Island to Inland

14th September 2018 — 1st September 2019

Ten Kangaroo Island based visual artists bring ‘mainlanders’ a glimpse of the isolation and inspiration of island life.

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Robyn Stacey: Ray of Light
  • Visual Arts

Robyn Stacey: Ray of Light

22nd September 2018 — 27th September 2020

First shown at the 2016 Adelaide Biennale of Australian Art: Magic Object, Sydney-based photographer Robyn Stacey used camera obscura to depict the city of Adelaide as it has never been seen before.

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