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mini-FEST - A Summer Holiday Festival of Music & Film for the Littlies
mini-FEST begins in the mini-Music Lounge with singer/songwriter and mother of two, Angie Who. Loved by little people and grown-ups alike, Angie’s music is beautiful – full of melodies to escape into. It’s the sort of music that makes memories. A great way to kick off a fun family day.
Once you’ve soaked up some tunes it’ll be time to move into the Concert Hall for the very best of Little Big Shots – Australia’s best international film festival for kids, with a special guest compere to keep things rolling.
All that entertainment will build your appetite, so after the screening we’ll be feeding hungry tummies – as part of the ticket price – before we head back to the Music Lounge for a special treat – Nay Nay, star of ABC Kids and creator of Tinkertime!
Nay Nay’s songs Bubble Pop, Smash It Down, I Have A Voice and My Brother Ate My LEGO are household favourites. You may also know Nay Nay for her work as Hootabelle on Giggle and Hoot.
So get your diaries out, circle 23 January and come on down to The Joan for a fabulous family morning – a great way to build some summer holiday memories.
Suitable for ages 3 to 10 and their adults!
miniFEST - A Summer Holiday Festival of Music & Film for the Littlies
Tuesday 23 January 2018
11am to 1:30pm
The Joan Sutherland Performing Art Centre is located at 597 High Street – opposite Penrith City Council and Westfield and is easy to reach by car or train.
- Adults $35 | Children $30 | Family (Four, at least one adult) $100
- If you are already a High Street subscriber you will receives a 20 % discount off ticket prices.
- Subscribe to a family pass and save money - a family subscriber pass for three shows four tickets (at least one adult) is only $192.
This article archived 9 Mar 2018
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