The Fish That Wanted To Fly
MONDAY 11 APRIL, 1PM & 6PM
The Fish That Wanted to Fly is about having the courage to pursue something even if it seems likely you will never reach it. In our story we meet a little Fish whose lagoon is drying up. All the other fish have left, and she wants to learn how to fly so she can see them again.
Her friend, a hermit crab named Karramoko, sits by a stormwater drain and tells her it will never happen. She meets a Kingfisher who helps her and encourages her to keep trying. It’s not until she meets a Cormorant, who offers to take her up into the sky that she flies for the first time. But will she make it back okay? The tale is set in a mangrove swamp, and is about friendship, resilience and sustainability.
The Fish That Wanted to Fly is a very gentle, colourful, fun show that
is highly engaging for children aged 3+
Following the 1pm show a puppet making activity will be held at The Hamilton Gallery. This is free and suitable for all ages, younger children will require assistance from parent or carer.
Put on your favourite pyjama's for the 6pm show and join us!
FREE Tickets - Limited to a maximum of 10 per booking.
COVID Safe measures apply, including the requirement
that all attendees show proof of vaccination status or exemption
Access & Inclusion: This is an accessible, inclusive event for all abilities and demographics. If you need assistance at the venue, please let us know when booking your ticket or contact us directly.