Bluey's Big Play

When: Sunday 7 February 2021, 2.30pm, 4.30pm and 6.30pm

Where: Theatre

Price: Admit $45.90, Group 4+ $41.90pp, Family of 4 $167.60, Member $41.90

Back on sale soon!

Your seat may be reallocated to comply with current physical distancing guidelines

In response to Covid-19, Bluey’s Big Play – the Stage Show will not go ahead on the original date on Friday September 11, and has now been rescheduled to Sunday February 7, 2021.

If you had tickets for the original performances, they have been transferred to, and are valid for, the following new performances.



2.30 pm, 11 September 2020 2.30 pm, 7 February 2021
4.30 pm, 11 September 2020 4.30 pm, 7 February 2021
6.30 pm, 11 September 2020 6.30 pm, 7 February 2021

If you are unable to attend the new performance time, please email to discuss your options.

Tickets will be on sale again soon. Please keep checking back or keep an eye out for the announcement from Bluey.

This is Bluey’s Big Play! And it’s really for real life!

See Bluey, Bingo, Mum and Dad as you’ve never seen them before… Join The Heelers in their first live theatre show created just for you with puppetry, live actors and iconic Australian sets. It’s a little bit different and a little bit beautiful.

Bluey’s Big Play is an original story written by Bluey’s creator Joe Brumm with new music created by Brisbane's Beethoven and Bluey composer, Joff Bush. This is an experience you can only take home with you in your memory so please remember to bring that along with your tickets.

Love, The Bluey Team.

Suitable all ages, recommended 2+ years.

Children under 18 months at the time of the performance are free on the knee.

Please note prams or capsules will not be permitted in the venue!

Bluey’s Big Play is presented by BBC Studios and Andrew Kay in association with QPAC’s Out of The Box and Windmill Theatre Co.

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