FREMANTLE’S Spare Parts Puppet Theatre will take centre stage during celebrations for this year’s Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Their giant handwoven illuminated puppet, “Leor”, made from from more than a kilometre of rope and 600 LED lights, will star in StringSymphony, a “mesmerising multi-sensory interactive experience for all ages”.
The free family event invites audience members to join forces to bring the giant puppet to life. The show is presented by the Bleach Festival and artistic director Louise Bezzina says “Spare Parts Puppet Theatre has created a complete crowd-pleaser and we are thrilled to be bringing it to the Gold Coast for the Easter long weekend.”
String Symphony will be at Paradise Point, March 31-April 4 on the Gold Coast, and in Brisbane from April 6-11 at South Bank Parklands.