NORPA and The Macadamia Castle present a CDP Theatre production

about the show

Andy and Terry’s treehouse just keeps on growing. With yet another 13 levels, it’s now got a Scribbletorium, a high-security potato chip storage facility (guarded by one very angry duck!) and even an open-air movie theatre.

Speaking of movies, our friends are going to be famous! The legendary Mr Big Shot has arrived to make a Hollywood blockbuster! But when his first step is to fire Andy and replace him with a monkey – well, a gibbon named Mel Gibbon – the battle is on.

Will the Treehouse Blockbuster ever get made? Who will win the battle of Andy and Terry? And why are those mysterious spy cows turning up everywhere?

The team behind The 13-, 26- and 52-Storey Treehouses Live on Stage return with the newest, biggest, brightest blockbuster in the series for children aged 6-12 and their adults… but watch out for those cows!

creative team

A play by Richard Tulloch, adapted from the book by Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton.
Directed by Liesel Daddorek and Series Artistic Director Julian Louis.

reviews

“Lively, colourful and very funny… A cool, clever show that all youngsters will love”.
The Daily Telegraph (on The 52-Storey Treehouse)

“Compulsory viewing for parents and their entertainment-hungry youngsters”.
The Herald Sun (on The 52-Storey Treehouse)

bar

Our licensed bar will be open from 5pm, and also during and after the show. Drinks purchased from the bar are permitted inside the theatre. Sorry, no BYO.

Patron advice

Children aged 6-12 years and their adults
Light theatrical haze, limited strobe
Duration is 60 minutes (no interval).

Tickets

Non Subscribers
Adult $36
Senior/Concession/Groups 4+ $32
Under 25 $25

Subscribers
Adult $30
Senior/Concession/Groups 4+ $25
Under 25 $20

General admission.
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Image by Terry Denton