The Sleepover's program of activities, curated with a dash of theatre magic by Artistic Director Matt Edgerton, will ensure this is a once-upon-a-lifetime experience for adults and their children aged 8+.

The Geckos will take you backstage, share some of their theatre-making secrets and have you performing a famous bit under lights all in time for bed.

Then settle in for some exquisite storytelling under a starry night.

This is an exclusive event for just 100 people with all proceeds going to support one of WA's most important theatre companies, Barking Gecko.

For 30 years Barking Gecko has created extraordinary theatre from its home in Perth and shared it with thousands of children and families across WA and the nation.

Barking Gecko's Sleepover is the first of its kind in Perth.

The Perth Cultural Centre has it all and a whole lot more. Download the school holiday program for a full list of activities. 

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Price

  • $100

Where

State Theatre Centre of WA

Perth Cultural Centre, 174 - 176 William Street, Perth WA 6000

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