A show about all sorts of perspective.


Imagine if you decided to go and play with your dog in the park in the moonlight, but there is no park, no dog and indeed no moonlight; all you have is yourself and a crayon! Using lines of neon light, fluro-markers and lasers Patch creates a magical interactive light experience.

The audience is immersed in a lighting playground and will help build a unique world as we animate the space around them. Of course, as things get all messed up and scale becomes a big problem, we need to take a different perspective to find the clarity among the chaos. 

Created by Patch Theatre’s new Artistic Director, Geoff Cobham. Inspired by Harold and the Purple Crayon.

Australian Curriculum: English, The Arts: Drama, Science, Critical & Creative Thinking

Date 23 July – 9 August (T3 Wks 1-3)
Time 10.30am & 1.30pm weekdays
Venue Space Theatre
Cost School $16 / Equity $9
Duration 45 minutes
Year Level K-2
Warning Smoke and Haze

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Presented by Patch Theatre

Education resources will be available at patchtheatre closer to the date of the performance.

South Australian regional and equity schools are invited to contact centrED to apply for transport subsidies should travel costs prohibit attendance at an Adelaide Festival Centre presented performance or workshop. Email centrED@adelaidefestivalcentre.com.au