Jack & Jill and the Beanstalk - An Environmental Tale

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Ticket prices: $28.00

Full Price: $28.00

Child: $16.00

BankSA Cardholder: $21.75

Family: $80.00

Concession: $23.00

Companion Card: $0.00

Prices may not be available on all sessions

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Duration: 80 min

Dates & times

1 Venue

Content warnings: G

Ideal Age Range:

6 years to 12 years

Family Friendly:


Other Warnings:

Loud noises

  • Warra Kattendi - Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Events
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About this event

The Land of Plenty for Everyone is no more. Up the beanstalk, the gluttonous giants are stripping it all with their claws and straws. It is up to Jack and Jill to set things right again but what can two young people and their friends do? Brimming with colour and song, and with a cast of all ages, this theatrical adventure - a new South Australian work created by Gillian Britton, Jo-anne Sarre & the Ink Pot Arts creative team - promises lively fun for the whole family!

School performances available 24th Feb - 4th March 2020
Proudly supported by the Natural Resource Centre Mount Barker and the Conservation Council SA

Presented by:
Ink Pot Arts Inc

Ink Pot Arts is an award-winning NFP organisation based in Mount Barker, South Australia. We have offered high-quality opportunities for all ages to explore the performing arts through workshops and events since 2005. Our workshops are led by creative professionals & provide not only the chance to develop new skills, but for participants to connect across different generations, cultures & life experiences. Regular programs include drama, dance-drama, improv, ukulele, and singing. We are passionate about sharing stories that have meaning for our community and our theatre works embrace pro-am and intergenerational models. Since 2017, we have hosted the Heart Lands Aboriginal Cultural Program, and are committed to social inclusion and cross-cultural learning.

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