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FLUFF: A Story of Lost Toys

FLUFF: A Story of Lost Toys

| On 28, Mar 2015

It’s always nice to see a local production tour out of the city succeed in the wide world—but it’s even better to see it come home again. After sell out seasons in America, Canada and Hong Kong, Brisbane’s own FLUFF: A Story of Lost Toys is making its return to the Cremorne Theatre.

Born out of QPAC’s 2002 Out of the Box festival, FLUFF tells the story of the Gingham family, who travel around the world collecting lost and discarded toys, bringing them to a colourful home of oddly shaped boxes and family. A joyful and humorous show told with a twist, the production has been hailed on its travels for its originality, warmth and extraordinary combination of song, movement, multi-media and audience participation.

 

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FLUFF stars astonishing physical comedians, writer and designer Christine Johnston (who may also be familiar to Brisbanites through her award-winning trio The Kransky Sisters and should be reason enough to get older audiences members equally excited as the kids) and Lisa O’Neill (who is also the show’s choreographer), along with Peter Nelson, their onstage musician, sound engineer and sidekick.

It’s a fitting homecoming for the triumphant production, with QPAC celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, and the success of FLUFF both at home and internationally attesting to the Centre’s long term commitment to the creation of new works for young audiences around the world.

Don’t miss this return season of one of the most eclectic and loved children’s stage shows when it arrives at QPAC in April.

 

THE DETAILS

What FLUFF: A Story of Lost Toys

Where Cremone Theatre, QPAC

When 9th – 15th Apr, 2015.

How Much $25

For more info, head to QPAC’s website here.

 

 Image Credits: QPAC & Christine Johnston Official Website.