The Teeny Tiny Stevies performance will now be staged in the Canberra Theatre.
If your print at-home or physical ticket(s) were sent or posted out to you, please keep an eye on your email inbox or post box for your new ticket(s), which will arrive within the next 14 days. If you opted for venue collection, your new ticket(s) will be available to collect from the Box Office on the day of the show.
It’s important you use these new tickets to gain access to the new performance. Tickets for the old performance will no longer be valid.
Tickets are $20.00 – $30.00 + $5.95 booking fee and can be purchased here.
Our theatres will be operating with capacity limitations, but our regular seating configuration will be in place in the auditorium. You will be sitting next to other patrons, but please move through the foyers and open spaces with physical distancing considerations in mind.
As part of the ACT Government’s COVID-19 response, it is a condition of entry that you provide us with contact details for you and your guests. This includes the full names of any children included in your booking, and infants under 12 months, along with the phone number and email address of a parent or guardian.
This data is being collected in accordance with the requirements of ACT Health for contract tracing purposes and to help make the event as safe as possible.
For all persons holding a ticket, please complete the information required prior to your attendance at Canberra Theatre Centre.
HOW TO PROVIDE YOUR DETAILS
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Teeny Tiny Stevies bring their show to big spaces!
Join much-loved children’s band Teeny Tiny Stevies as they perform ‘Boss of My Own Body’, ‘Baby in Mum’s Tummy’, ‘I Ate a Rainbow’, ‘On the Toilet’, ‘Family (Love is Love)’ plus many more songs from their ARIA-nominated albums.
With irresistible melodies and helpful tips for navigating life’s little challenges, sisters Byll and Beth perform kids songs with a purpose and focus on acceptance.
Sat Mar 13
10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Canberra Theatre Centre