Playing at the Sydney Seymour Centre from 25 June -5 July (and later in the year at the Glen St Theatre), The Gruffalo is the theatrical retelling of the award-winning children’s book. Mouse runs into three hungry woodland animals –Fox, General Owl, and Snake – and avoids becoming dinner by telling a story of an imaginary friendly monster. Unbeknown to Mouse, the invented Gruffalo will later come to try his luck at having Mouse for dinner as well. Tickets at via the Seymour Centre website or call 9351 7940.
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