2022 Glen Street Theatre Member Priority Booking Period: Only Glen Street Theatre 2022 Members and education groups can purchase tickets for this production until 31 December 2021. Become a Member to access this exclusive offer and ticket discounts throughout the year!

Autumn school holiday fun!

Get ready for the most sustainable fun you’ve ever had! The Box Show transforms ordinary household items into extraordinary musical instruments and unwanted junk comes alive in exciting and surprising ways.

Follow four characters during their daily activities in a world made of cardboard boxes and junk. The contents of an abandoned kitchen and wheelie bins become the greatest drum set in the world; plastic bags are an amazing musical instrument and the human body becomes a unique sound machine.

Join this bunch of musical misfits as they reinvigorate the junk that the world has forgotten. Learn about sustainability with this high energy, imaginative performance combining drumming, dance, theatre and comedy. With a language of gibberish and rhythm, this show is accessible to any age and nationality.

WINNER: Critic’s Pick, Sydney Fringe Festival 2018

"The audience stand and cheer wanting more from the performers and the crowd is full of smiles as they exit the stage” The Source

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All tickets
Family Pass (4)
Babes in Arms
$10.00 Babies seated on a parents lap and aged under 2 at the time of a performance. It is essential to book a ticket for children under 2 as they are included in our total audience capacity under COVID Safe capacity limits. Children 2 years and older will need to hold a standard ticket.
Transaction charges may apply to non-members

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