Outback Adventurers – July School Holiday Workshop for Ages 5 – 7

Winter is setting in but that doesn’t mean young people’s minds and bodies need to slow down. Join Barking Gecko Theatre Company from 10 -12 July for two fun workshops that will stretch the imaginations and the hamstrings of everyone who takes part.


Outback Adventurers

Who: For kids aged 5 – 7.
When: 9am – 12pm, 10 – 12 July, 2017
Where: Subiaco Arts Centre
Cost: $250 or $230 with early bird special**

Join our team of young dreamers on a journey of exploration! Three days of nonstop fun await, as you act, move and perform on a journey through the weird and wild Australian landscape. Surprising, funny and full of and joy, this is an adventure you won’t forget! Are you ready?

This workshop explores some of the themes and ideas presented in Saltbush an award winning work for you children aged 4 -8 that Barking Gecko is presenting in Perth for the first time, 12 – 14 July. To celebrate this fantastic play, one ticket is included for the 2:30pm showing on the 12th of July at the State Theatre Centre of WA to see Saltbush! The students will be chaperoned at this performance by our Teaching Artist, and parents are encouraged to join us at a very special price of just $18. 


“She came home excited, with many stories to tell and a great sense of confidence.” – BGTC School Holiday Workshop Parent


*This price includes one ticket to the 2.30pm session of Saltbush on the 12th of July at the State Theatre Centre of WA.

Meet our Teaching Artist – Michelle Hall

Michelle Hall has an abundance of experience in the theatre sector having programmed and delivered arts education projects in theatres, schools and communities for 15 years. Michelle has worked extensively both in UK and WA having worked for Pegasus Theatre, Oxford Youth Theatre, Spare Parts Puppet Theatre and Sculptures by the Sea. Much of Michelle’s work is very physical and visual using the body, movement and image in the storytelling process.

“Underpinning all of my work is a commitment to high quality arts experiences for young people together with a focus on arts for social change.” – Michelle Hall