Return to the Village
Like the idea of building a cubby house fort with your children? Then this is the show for your family! Enjoy this life-sized, role-playing game where children create and experience their own village.
"This collaborative, interactive theatre piece will capture your heart and illuminate your soul.” Jordan Bell, The Clothesline.
Villager - Group (up to 5) Ticket:
These tickets are for families (children and their parents/caregivers) who want to come along and be part of the interactive experience. Villagers will be part of the game by building their own cubby house/hut. These tickets are not seated as the audience will be in one of our customised huts. The expectation is that children will be accompanied by adults/caregivers who are also villagers.
Observer (single entry) Ticket:
These are individual tickets for people who want to come along and see the show but will not be part of the cubby house/hut building experience. These tickets are seated and ideal for those who would rather watch.
If your ticket holder has specific access needs please feel free to get in touch so we can work out how best to accommodate you via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Presented by: Marina Barbaro
Marina is a writer, producer and event maker who has presented children’s theatre for the Adelaide Fringe Festival and City of Adelaide. Return to the Village is the latest production offering interactive and immersive storytelling and shared experiences for children and their families.
Reviews & Fringefeed Reacts
The show is ingeniously put together, allowing the children to take charge while being gently led. - Arna Eyers-White, The Barefoot Review
You can live out your cubby house dreams together as the performance unfolds to create a magical moment in time. - Michael Genrich, Weekend Notes
This collaborative, interactive theatre piece will capture your heart and illuminate your soul. - Jordan Bell, The Clothesline
There are so many beautiful themes knitted throughout the experience. Each villager has their own part to play. - Sarah Mena, The Clothesline