Update 16/9/20: If you’re desperately hanging out for news on the postponed Bluey’s Big Play The Stage Show events, we have an update hot off the press – plus a sneak peek of Bandit ready for the big stage.
Let’s be honest, waiting for information on these highly-anticipated shows has been as stressful as a game of Keepy Uppy – but in awesome news, the team behind the shows has revealed they’ve been granted permission to commence rehearsals. Wackadoo!
The stage show producers say they’ve been working to make sure Bluey, Bingo, Bandit and Chilli will finally make it to the stage for the first time. “It’s been a challenging few months planning the tour with the impact of social distancing on venue capacities and closed interstate borders,” they explained in a statement. “But now we have been given the green light to proceed to production and to start rehearsals!”
When will the Bluey stage show happen?
The team behind the stage show says the delay from the original scheduled dates means that most of the Australian tour will need to be rescheduled again. But the good news is that the tour isn’t cancelled. It will still be visiting every town and city that was originally planned, plus a few more.
What if I already have a ticket?
Hang onto it! Your venue or ticket provider will contact you with new dates soon.
Update 30/3/20: The highly-anticipated Bluey’s Big Play The Stage Show is being rescheduled due to Covid-19 restrictions – but if you were lucky enough to nab tickets, you need to hold on to them.
What you need to know about the rescheduled Bluey stage show
Ticket holders it’s good news, tickets already purchased are guaranteed and will be transferrable to the new dates. You’re asked to hold on to your tickets while the organisers make new arrangements.
All ticket holders will be contacted directly by either the venue or ticketing agency with further information and updates will be posted on the Bluey’s Big Play website.
Get your dollar bucks ready, the live Bluey stage show is coming, and the dates and locations have finally been released.
She’s the lovable pup that Australian kids (and their parents) have fallen in love with, and now Bluey is headed to the stage! Tickets to the stage shows are likely to be the hottest tickets in town so here’s what you need to know about getting your hands on some.
Bluey’s Big Play Dates and Venues
BRISBANE, Playhouse, QPAC, 29 May – 7 June
MARYBOROUGH, Brolga Theatre, 9 – 10 June
BUNDABERG, Moncrieff Entertainment Centre, 11 – 12 June
GLADSTONE, Gladstone Entertainment & Convention Centre, 13 – 14 June
ROCKHAMPTON, Pilbeam Theatre, 16 – 17 June
TOOWOOMBA, Empire Theatre, 19 – 20 June
GOLD COAST, The Star, 21 June
TOWNSVILLE, Civic Theatre, 29 – 30 September
CAIRNS, Performing Arts Centre, 2 – 4 October
CALOUNDRA, The Events Centre, 26 & 27 January 2021
LISMORE, City Hall, 23 – 24 June
PORT MACQUARIE, Glasshouse, 25 – 26 June
GOSFORD, Laycock Street Theatre, 28 June
SYDNEY, Parade Theatre, NIDA, 7 – 12 July
SYDNEY, Coliseum Theatre, West HQ, 14 – 19 July
CHATSWOOD, The Concourse Theatre, 21 – 23 July
CANBERRA, Canberra Theatre Centre, 24 – 26 July
WAGGA WAGGA, Civic Theatre, 28 – 29 July
GRIFFITH, Regional Theatre, 30 July
ORANGE, Civic Theatre, 31 July
BATHURST, Memorial Entertainment Centre, 1 – 2 August
DUBBO, Regional Theatre & Convention Centre, 4 – 5 August
NEWCASTLE, The Civic Theatre, 16 – 18 September
WOLLONGONG, Ipac, IMB Theatre, 11 – 14 August
SHOALHAVEN, Entertainment Centre, 15 – 16 August
ALBURY, Entertainment Centre, 11 September
MELBOURNE, State Theatre, Arts Centre Melbourne, 30 June – 5 July
SALE, The Wedge PAC, 19 August
MOONEE PONDS, The Clocktower, 20 – 21 August
SOUTH MORANG, Plenty Ranges Arts &, Convention Centre, 22 – 23 August
FRANKSTON, Arts Centre, 25 – 27 August
NARRE WARREN, Bunjil Place, 28 – 30 August
WANGARATTA, Performing Arts Centre, 12 September
WARRAGUL, West Gippsland Arts Centre, 13 September
MILDURA, Arts Centre, 25 October
WARRNAMBOOL, Lighthouse Theatre, 29 October
SHEPPARTON, Riverlinks, 1 November
BENDIGO, Ulumbarra Theatre, 3 – 4 November
BALLARAT, Her Majesty’s Theatre, 5 – 6 November
ADELAIDE Festival Centre, Her Majesty’s Theatre, 22 – 26 September
WHYALLA NORRIE, Middleback Arts Centre, 17 – 18 October
NOARLUNGA, Hopgood Theatre, 21 – 22 October
RENMARK, Chaffey Theatre, 23 – 24 October
MOUNT GAMBIER, Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre, 28 October
LAUNCESTON, Theatre North at the Princess, 2 September
HOBART, Wrest Point, 4 – 6 September
DARWIN, Entertainment Centre, 7 – 9 October
ALICE SPRINGS, Araluen Arts Centre, 13 – 15 October
PERTH, Crown Perth, 2 – 9 January 2021
GERALDTON, Queens Park Theatre, 12 January 2021
BUNBURY, Regional Entertainment Centre, 14 – 15 January 2021
ALBANY, Entertainment Centre, 16 January 2021
When do the Bluey’s Big Play The Stage Show tickets go on sale?
Well, there’s not too long to wait, tickets are going on sale from tomorrow.
- Pre-sale tickets: Thursday 20th Feb at 10am (local to your state)
- General tickets: Friday 21st Feb at 10am (local to your state)
How can I get pre-sale tickets?
The Bluey’s Big Play 24-hour pre-sale starts at 10am on February 20, local time.
What age is the show suited to?
According to the folk at Bluey, it’s an entertaining show for the whole family. The show will run for around 50 minutes, with no interval.
What’s the Bluey stage show about?
It’s an adaptation of the Bluey animated series and is an original story written by Bluey’s creator Joe Brumm.
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