The hour-long show featuring Australia’s favourite fairies will have your own fairies, pixies, elves, bees and wizards up on their feet, oohing and aahing at the dancing; giggling and laughing at Barnaby, Wizzy & Elf’s antics and even more in love with their heroines Harmony & Rhapsody.
With fun new songs as well as old faves ‘Jump Jump Star’ and ‘The Silly Song’, “Fairy Dancing Girl” will be a magical show to remember.
10am, Tuesday 14 July - one show only
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One such performance will see Rachael Beck and David Hobson, two of the Australia’s biggest names in musical theatre, head to MAC this May with their new production, Both Sides.
Read more here: http://www.mildura.vic.gov.au/Latest-News/Autumn-program-a-feast-for-lovers-of-arts-music-and-performance
Poppies are the official symbol of remembrance for those lost in War and as MAC commemorates the 100th Anniversary of the Great War, the external walls and grounds around the Rio Vista fountain will be transformed into a sea of red.
Read more here: http://www.mildura.vic.gov.au/Latest-News/Poppy-project-to-adorn-MAC-during-April
For more information about this project, please contact Helen Piscioneri at Mildura Arts Centre on (03) 5018 8330.