Minotaur Quest – The Legend of Young Theseus, Public Season – 4th to 29th January 2012

Big Monkey is presenting something new AND ancient in the Botanical Gardens this January!

Ticket prices:
Adult $20
Concession (inc students) $15
Child (4-12) $10
3 and under FREE

For groups of 10 or more (4 years and over), Big Monkey offers a 10% discount for direct bookings.

For any enquiries, please call Kiah on 0408 517 124

‘Minotaur Quest’, a new play by Les Winspear, is a gripping tale that whisks you back in time to the magical world of ancient Greece.  Follow the adventures of young Theseus, our hero, as he battles ogres, outwits witches and attempts to defeat the dreaded Minotaur and save the children of Athens from a terrible fate.

 Minotaur Quest – The Legend of Young Theseus

Minotaur Quest is performed in our usual pantomime style with songs, laughs and lots of crazy fun and features a strong cast including John Xintavelonis, Jeff Michel, Carmen Falk, Lucy Wilkins and Rob Manion.

Public season – 4th to 29th January  2012
Wed to Fri at 11am, Sat at 2pm & 5pm, Sun at 2pm
No performances on Mondays or Tuesdays
Gala Performance – Sat 7th January 2012 at 5.00pm

Tickets are on sale now at Centertainment.
ph: 6234 5998
Elizabeth Mall, Hobart

One Response to “Minotaur Quest – The Legend of Young Theseus, Public Season – 4th to 29th January 2012”

  1. KP says:

    Since she was a small child, my daughter and I have enjoyed every production for children in the Botanical Gardens. We often take pleasure recalling the various performances, recalling specific details. She is now 22, as graduated from the University of Tasmania, and will be moving to Melbourne in two weeks time. For old time’s sake we went along to the Minotaur Quest yesterday afternoon and were thoroughly entertained and delighted – it was absolutlely excellent! Congratulations! As my daughter got older we started to go to other live theatre performances and “graduated” to attending the Shakespeare in the Gardens productions year after year; we never miss a Bell Shakespeare production either. I truly believe that taking young children to shows like yours can foster a love of live theatre and a lifetime of enjoyment. Thank you! I will be back next year!

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