Frequently Asked Questions

Due to announcements from the Australian government relating to COVID-19 the Bluey’s Big Play tour was postponed. Thank you for being incredibly patient while we work to bring the show to your hometown! The tour is now mostly back on sale and the producers are working hard to put the remaining venues back on sale soon. If you are an existing ticket holder, please continue to hold on to your tickets while the venues and ticket providers get in contact with you with your new dates. The producers are working closely with the venues to streamline this process as much as possible. Please be assured that your venue will contact you with all the information you need.
 

Due to announcements from the Australian government relating to COVID-19 the Bluey’s Big Play tour was rescheduled. Many venues across Australia currently have limited staff or staff are working remotely, but please be assured that all ticket holders will be contacted directly as soon as possible with further information. Most of the venues are back on sale across the tour, check the Tour Updates page for more information.

The Babes in Arms policy has been extended. Please contact your venue for more information about this.

Many venues across Australia currently have limited staff or staff are working remotely, but please be assured that all ticket holders will be contacted directly as soon as possible with further information. Your tickets are 100% guaranteed and transferable to a rescheduled performance.

Due to announcements from the Australian government relating to COVID-19 the Bluey’s Big Play tour was postponed. Our first priority is to transfer current ticket holders to the new rescheduled performances. Now most of the tour is back on sale. The great news is we are still visiting all of the towns and cities as originally planned, plus a few more! Keep an eye out on the Book now page as new cities and towns go on sale. 

Bluey’s Big Play The Stage Show is an adaptation of the Bluey animated series created especially for the theatre in association with Windmill Theatre Company and and QPAC’s Out of The Box.  It is an original story written by Bluey’s creator Joe Brumm with new music created by Bluey composer, Joff Bush, and features puppetry, live actors and beautiful theatrical sets. 

Ticket prices may vary slightly for each city and venue on the tour. Check the Tour Dates page and click the booking link for your preferred venue to see what the ticket prices are for that venue. 

Yes, Family Tickets are available. A Family Ticket is 4+ tickets and these can be purchased via the venue. Please check with the specific venue for family ticket availability.

The venues generally have their own policy regarding what age children can sit on an adult’s knee during the show. Check the venue’s website or ask at the box office when you purchase your tickets.

Yes, due to announcements by the Australian Government relating to COVID-19, the Bluey’s Big Play Australian tour was postponed. It’s been a challenging few months planning the tour with the impact of social distancing on venue capacities and closed interstate borders, but most venues across the tour are we are not back on sale! Check the Tour Announcement page for more information.
 

Thank you for being incredibly patient while we work to bring Bluey’s Big Play to Melbourne! Due to the ongoing impacts of COVID-19 restrictions on Bluey’s Big Play in Melbourne, all orders were refunded. If you were a previous ticket holder and you still wish to attend, you will need to repurchase your tickets. There will be an exclusive pre-sale for previous ticket holders from 10am Monday 19 April – 8.59am Monday 26 April. The good news is you can choose a date and time that works best for you! We can’t wait to see you there.

Now that restrictions across Victoria have eased, we’re excited to announce that most venues across the state are back on sale. We’ll still be visiting every city and town as originally planned, plus a few more! Keep an eye on the Book Now page as venues are going back on sale regularly.

Venues are working closely with their local Health Department to ensure that they are implementing best practice sanitisation procedures.

Venues will have their own policies about access for prams and strollers. Most venues will accommodate pram or stroller parking in the foyer areas but will not allow prams into the performance space as this is a safety issue. Check with the venue for details.