Free Entry for Kids to See SHREK THE MUSICAL in January
Offer Ends Oct 27
To celebrate this week’s National Children’s Week across Australia, the lavish and fun multi-million dollar musical comedy SHREK THE MUSICAL is offering a special deal for families. For every full priced adult ticket purchased for evening performances of SHREK THE MUSICAL from 1-8 January, a free ticket for a child 15 years and under will be offered.
This offer is available from the link at www.shrekthemusical.com.au/childrensweek and offer ends on 27 October.
SHREK THE MUSICAL will play at the Sydney Lyric Theatre, The Star for six weeks only from 1 January 2020, followed by seasons at Her Majesty’s Theatre, Melbourne from 16 February and at the Lyric Theatre, Brisbane from 9 May.
“SHREK THE MUSICAL is the ideal show to introduce children to the magic of theatre,” said John Frost. “It is such a wonderful story for families to share, and brought to life on stage in such a colourful and magical way. We’re sure that once kids fall in love with SHREK THE MUSICAL, they will come back to see many more shows in the future.”
The fairy-tale cast of this wonderful show in Sydney is led by Ben Mingay as Shrek, Lucy Durack as Princess Fiona, Todd McKenney as Lord Farquaad, Nat Jobe as Donkey and Marcia Hines as the Dragon. Read more about the full cast of SHREK here
Taking on a multitude of roles within the fairy-tale realm are Ross Chisari (as Little Pig), Annie Chiswell(Ugly Duckling), Benjamin Colley (Pied Piper), Andy Conaghan (Wolf), Denise Devlin (Mama Bear), Mackenzie Dunn (Swing), Blake Erickson (Papa Bear), Manon Gunderson-Briggs (Gingy), Hollie James(Swing), Rubin Matters (Peter Pan), Sarah Murr (Fairy Godmother), Joshua Robson (Little Pig), Monique Sallé (Red Riding Hood), Tom Sharah (Little Pig), Leigh Sleightholme (Swing), Suzanne Steele (Wicked Witch), Rhys Velasquez (Swing), Caleb Vines (Pinocchio) and Sascha Wykes (Baby Bear).
SHREK THE MUSICAL brings the hilarious story of everyone’s favourite ogre to life on the stage. In a faraway kingdom turned upside down, things get ugly when an unseemly ogre – not a handsome prince – shows up to rescue a feisty princess. Throw in a donkey who won’t shut up, a bad guy with a SHORT temper, a cookie with attitude, and over a dozen other fairy tale misfits, and you’ve got the kind of mess that calls for a real hero. Luckily, there’s one on hand … and his name is Shrek.
SHREK THE MUSICAL is part romance, part twisted fairy tale and all irreverent fun for everyone!