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Wonderful Adventures Robot Girl

Event, Kids & Families, Performance, Schools & Teachers

Free Entry


Friday 1st January 2021


11.00am - 12.00pm


Town Hall



This show is being rescheduled to 2021 – stay tuned!


Student tickets to this show are $12.


This unique show combines theatre with the newest digital technologies: projection, a smart LED costume, a robot ball and a drone in a fascinating story for all ages.

In this modern version of Pinocchio, Ann, the robot girl, becomes human. During her wonderful journey on the ground, in the air and underwater she faces many challenges that help her discover the most important virtues in life. Before the audience’s very eyes, drawn animation comes to life where performers move together with the projected visuals creating a 3D movie experience. The story displays the complexity of their relationship, we can get to know Alfred’s different robots, together with many fantastic creatures, such as Foot-Mushroom, Lolly-Pot and Hand-Whisk.

Thanks to their delightful personalities and jolly design, the partially drawn and partially real beings turn out to be equally main characters to the performers. Alfred gives Ann one task: to collect and bring back home the lost creatures. Due to unexpected and diverse incredible adventures on their way, both of them have to evolve. By learning from their mistakes, Alfred and Ann find their way back to each other.

BANDART Productions is a visual dance theatre company from Hungary. Their shows combine theatre with the latest interactive technologies in order to create visually stunning performances. Their pieces won 3 awards and have been invited to more than 90 international festivals. Recently their show received the Golden Buzzer in the Hungary’s Got Talent.

Audience advice: flashing/strobe lights, flying drones, projected images.

Recommended age range: 4 years and upwards

Running time: 50 minutes, no interval


Please note – the naming of the Ararat Town Hall seating rows has changed with the front row, closest to the stage, now named “Row A”.


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