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Urza and the Song in the Dark
Mon 26 September at 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
One event on Mon 26 September 2022, at 3:00 pm
A brand-new story for young people set in a subterranean wonderland of complex caves, underground lakes, fantastical creatures, and myths waiting to be discovered.
One day, a mysterious song leads a young girl named Urza on an adventure into the depths of the earth. Along the way she befriends a lost explorer, gets pursued by a mysterious, dark force, and finds herself caught up in a primeval story that may just lead to her saving the world. Devised for children and kidults 7+, Urza and The Song in the Dark brings together amazing puppetry, live songs and original music, and stunningly layered shadow visuals to take audiences on an epic journey they won’t soon forget.
Classification Suitable for ages 7+
Duration 60 mins
Tickets $15 (Transaction charges may apply)
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