Loose Ends: Out-of-the-Ordinary Theatre - Coming to Banana Shire July 10-12

Loose Ends: Out-of-the-Ordinary Theatre - Coming to Banana Shire July 10-12

Published: July 1st 2019

Makers, creators, and story lovers; dive into a theatrical adventure that feels like the magic box of a bygone trickster!

Journey to an eccentric place where gadgets are poetic, puppets naughty, machines untamed and circus tricks pop up when you’re least expecting it! This is a world where music appears from lemons, carrots and bunny’s bums, monsters go crazy and birthday parties are ferociously celebrated.

Loose Ends is the story of a man who thinks he can organise all his life in boxes, and has a knack for getting into mischief. Can this tinkerer learn enough about real friendship to keep him out of trouble?

This breathtaking show is highly visual, emotional and unpredictable. It makes inventions and machines fun and adds a few quirky edges to puppetry.

Suitable for children aged 5-12+ and their parents/guardians.

THEODORE (RSL Hall) - WEDNESDAY 10 JULY
'One Thing Leads to Another' Chain-Reaction Building Workshop
10:00 - 11:00am
$10 per child
Bookings are limited, payment is required to secure a place

Loose Ends Performance
6:00 - 7:00pm
Gold coin entry, no bookings necessary
(however please advise Banana Shire Council for any large groups of 10+ people)

MOURA (Kianga Memorial Hall) - THURSDAY 11 JULY
Circus Workshop
10:00 - 11:00am
$10 per child
Bookings are limited, payment is required to secure a place

BILOELA (Civic Centre) - FRIDAY 12 JULY
'Wacky Lolly Shooting Machine' Chain-Reaction Building Workshop
9:30 - 10:30am
$10 per child
Bookings are limited, payment is required to secure a place

Loose Ends Performance
11:00 - 12:00pm
Gold coin entry, no bookings necessary
(however please advise Banana Shire Council for any large groups of 10+ people)

Enquiries & bookings: contact Banana Shire Council
Phone: 4992 9500
Email: enquiries@banana.qld.gov.au

The Queensland tour of Loose Ends is coordinated by Red Chair. Red Chair is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.