Snugglepot and Cuddlepie

The Adventures of Snugglepot and Cuddlepie

FREE – General Admission but please register for contact tracing by clicking here

Snugglepot and Cuddlepie


Approx. 30 minutes performance followed by a free workshop



Recommended for ages 0 to 100

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Shows daily at 11:00am

28 September – 2 October 2020


Perth Cultural Centre

Francis Street and William St,

Northbridge  6003

Join the gumnut babies, as they set off on their quest to see some humans!


On the way, meet their friends Mr. Lizard and Mr. Frog and watch them battle it out with the cunning Mrs. Snake and her wicked sidekicks, the Banksia men.


Featuring many of your favourite characters from May Gibbs’ well-loved children’s books – including lovely Ragged Blossom, gluttonous Mrs. Kookaburra and flirty Mrs. Fantail – this ballet is the perfect way for children to discover (and adults to re-live) the magic of this iconic Australian story, inspired by the plants and creatures of the Western Australian bush.

In-line with State Government requirements, AWESOME Arts Festival ask you to register your contact details in the event that contact tracing is required.


You can pre-register your contact details for free prior to coming to the festival here:


Please show your registration confirmation at the ticket booth or to a festival volunteer who will provide you with a wristband so you can gain access to all of AWESOME’s free activities and workshops, including The Adventures Snugglepot and Cuddlepie.


Your information will only be released to authorised authorities in the event of contact tracing being required.



Monday, 28 September – Friday, 2 October 2020, 11.00am
Perth Cultural Centre
30 mins (showm) 20 mins (post show activity)

Choreographer: Andries Weidemann

Based on the characters created by: May Gibbs

Set & Costume Designer: Amalia Lambert

Composer: Emma Jayakumar

Artistic Director: Aurélien Scannella


Original music recorded by Perth Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Kate McNamara with narration by Emma Jayakumar.

Recorded at West Australian Academy of Performing Arts, recording, post-production editing and mastering by Kieran Kenderessy.

Original May Gibbs concepts and designs © The Northcott Society and Cerebral Palsy Alliance 2020.