We are excited to announce that tickets for the two performances of the Pied Piper of Middle Swan, as well as tickets for the pre-show dinners on both performance nights, are now available on Trybooking.
- Tuesday 24 September 7:15 - 8:15pm
- Thursday 26 September 7:15 - 8:15pm
- Cost: $5 for students, $15 for adults (family discounts available)
Pre-Show Dinner Package
- Tuesday and Thursday night, 5:30- 7:00pm
- Cost: $45 for adults and $23 for children 12-years-old and under (incl. two course dinner and performance entry)
Enjoy an exclusive two course meal served in the Maali Room prior to the show, prepared and served by the Hospitality students and staff. Dinner will commence promptly at 5:30pm and conclude at 7:00pm. After dinner, you will be escorted into the theatre to select your seats.
The Pre-Show Dinner Package includes a two-course dinner as well as a ticket to the show. Click here to find out what’s on the menu for the Pied Piper of Middle Swan Pre-Show Dinner.
The very first pre-show dinner event, which was hosted by our Hospitality students prior to the Thursday night performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, was a sell-out success that drew great feedback from the attending guests.
Tickets to the last pre-show dinner sold out within a matter of days which is why we advise to get in quick and secure your tickets to one of the Pied Piper Pre-Show Dinners today!
The town of Middle Swan has been overrun with rats. They’ve come down from the hills, out of the reeds by the river, over the plains of the valley and nestled in the middle of Middle Swan. They’ve eaten everything in sight, taken up residence in bedrooms and garages, classrooms and businesses; churches and vineyards, stables and chook houses. They’ve moved into cars and family rooms, kitchen cupboards and factories, play pens and shopping malls.
The children of Middle Swan can’t stand it. There is nowhere to play, to study, to eat. They’ve watched the adults stand around and scratch their heads, arms moving, heads wobbling…but still the rats persist.
The oldest child in the town sent a message to all around that they should meet in the park down the street and discuss the rats. The children came. There was much confusion and a little bit of fear, but a decision needed to be made to rid their town of this severe vermin.
While talking loudly, someone noticed a young person, watching them from a long way off. They called the person over to help find a way to get rid of the rats. The Piper was pleased to be welcomed in. Sure, enough they had a solution therein.
Get your tickets today at tinyurl.com/PiedPiper2019.