Bunjil Place is thrilled to showcase home-grown and world-class music, comedy and acrobatic talent this February and March. The incredibly diverse offering includes the Summer Sounds Music Festival, Aurora by Circus Oz, Ross Noble’s Humournoidand the ridiculous theatre of Puppetry of the Penis.
Summer Sounds steps it up a level this year mixing home-grown tunes with tasty food and brews on Saturday 22 February, 3pm till late. MAYA (as pictured) will blow music lovers away as she fuses RnB, soul and electronica with her jaw-dropping vocals, XANI will light up the night with her (improv) violin loopin’ skills, while Gippsland singer-songwriter Wilson Blackley looks to mellow things out with his own brand of roots and blues. Into the night festival-goers can dial it up with DJ JAMO and DJ Mighty Mingo, or kick it big band style when Jazz Party bring their dirty beatnik rock n roll back to the Plaza. FREE.
For family fun, spirits will soar with Aurora by Circus Oz on Friday 13 March at 7.30pm and Saturday 14 March at 1.30pm and 7.30pm. The exciting and enchanting show features a host of silly and lovable arctic characters performing spectacular acrobatic feats and hilarious physical comedy! The ice caps are melting and all Polar Bear wants to do is get home and have fresh penguin for lunch! Will she make it in time? Can she be stopped from eating one of those cute penguins?
A relaxed performance of Aurora will allow maximum accessibility for those with disability, sensory or learning challenges, will take place on Saturday at 1.30pm with ample space to move around as needed. Saturday’s 7.30pm show will also be audio describedwith a pre-show tactile tour available. Tickets: Adult $45. Pensioner & Senior $42. Student $28.
To get laughs rolling UK comedian Ross Noble will deliver his trademark absurdity with the hilarious Humournoid on Friday 21 February at 8pm. The show will have audiences pondering – what happens when pure comedy takes human form?Tickets: Adult $49.90. Concession $46.90
Fans of Puppetry of the Penis will be treated to a collection of their ‘Best Bits’, with their funniest antics from two ‘dickades’ in over 35 countries on show Friday 7 February at 8pm. The Eiffel Tower, Lochness Monster, Kardashian and the iconic Hamburger, along with several new installations will be sure to amuse.
Warning: Contains nudity. Tickets: Adult $54.90. Concession $49.90.
For all bookings head to www.bunjilplace.com.au/ or call 9709 9700.