Bluey’s Big Play is the theatrical adaptation of the Emmy® award-winning children’s television series. Join the Heelers in their first live theatre show made just for you, featuring brilliantly created puppets and sets, this is Bluey brought to real life as you’ve never seen it before.
Bluey’s Big Play The Stage Show will be returning to QPAC’s Playhouse from 30 December 2023 until 30 January 2024. Tickets for this season will be on pre-sale on Monday 31 July from 9am AEST for 24 hours. The General on-sale will be from Friday 4 August from 9am AEST.
When tickets are on sale, check the ‘Book Now’ page when it becomes available and select the booking link for your preferred venue. This will take you to the ticketing agent or venue’s booking page where you can select and purchase tickets.
Please note that we will list only the authorised ticket agents for the Bluey’s Big Play tour. Other websites are not authorised and may charge significantly higher prices. Tickets purchased via non-authorised websites may not be honoured by the venue.
We have created an engaging and entertaining show with the whole family in mind. We encourage the whole family to enjoy the show together.
Bluey’s Big Play will run for approximately 50 minutes; there will be no interval in the show.
Ticket prices may vary slightly for each city and venue on the tour. Check the listings on the ‘Book now’ page when these become available and click the booking link for your preferred venue to see what the ticket prices are for that venue.
No, there is no price difference between adult and children tickets.
Bluey’s Big Play is friendly for all ages so the whole family can enjoy! Please note that, after the performance, audience members will be invited to participate in games of “keepy uppy” – one where several air filled balls (made of materials which do not include BPA, Latex or PVC) are released into the audience, and another with bubbles (made of non-stain solution). As with many children’s games, playing “keepy uppy” may at times become boisterous and unpredictable. If you do not wish to participate in these games, we recommend you leave the theatre after curtain call.