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Bluey coming to Bundy! Tickets on sale Friday

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Moncrieff Entertainment Centre will host Bluey's Big Play The Stage Show in July. Picture: https://events.bluey.tv/

It’s almost showtime for Bundaberg Bluey fans to get up close and personal with the much-adored Heeler family.

See Bluey, Bingo, Mum and Dad in their first live theatre show with puppetry, live actors and iconic Australian sets.

The Moncrieff Entertainment Centre will host the stage show on 11-12 June with general tickets on sale from Friday, 21 February.

According to Council's Manager Arts and Cultural Services, Rod Ainsworth, anticipation has been building this week.

“We are very excited to announce the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre will host the Bluey's Big Play, The Stage Show in June,” he said.

“We know Bluey is a much-adored children's character and I understand lots of Bundaberg Region kids and families will be very excited for the stage show to come to the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre.

“This show will be part of a great line up of children's programming this year.”

Bluey is an Australian animated television series about a young dog and her life with her father Bandit, mother Chilli and younger sister, Bingo.

The family regularly join Bluey on her adventures as they embark on imaginative play together.

The stage adaption, Bluey's  Big  Play, will bring to life the charmingly everyday world of  Australia's favourite TV family.

Playful, touching, funny and a little bit cheeky, this theatrical event about big and little sisters, family and the joy of play, promises to be a delightful experience for children and their grown-ups.

Tickets will go on sale from 10am Friday, 21 February at www.artsbundaberg.com.au.


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