Performing Arts Fort Worth Presents
Bluey's Big Play
Part of the BNSF Popular Entertainment Series
Dates: March 23 - 24, 2024
Location: Bass Performance Hall
Run Time: 50 minutes, no intermission
March 23-24, 2024
Please note: All persons entering the theater, including infants, are required to have a ticket to enter Bass Performance Hall.
This is Bluey's Big Play, For Real Life.
When Dad feels like a little bit of Sunday afternoon time out, Bluey and Bingo have other plans! Join them as they pull out all of the games and cleverness at their disposal to get Dad off that bean bag.
Bluey’s Big Play is a brand-new theatrical adaptation of the Emmy® award-winning children’s television series, with an original story by Bluey creator Joe Brumm, and new music by Bluey composer, Joff Bush.
Join the Heelers in their first live theatre show made just for you, featuring brilliantly created puppets, this is Bluey as you’ve never seen it before, brought to real life.
Bluey’s Big Play is presented by BBC Studios and Andrew Kay in association with Windmill Theatre Co.
Bluey’s Big Play is friendly for all ages so the whole family can enjoy! Please note that, after the performance, audience members will be invited to participate in games of “keepy uppy” – one where several air filled balls (made of materials which do not include BPA, Latex or PVC) are released into the audience, and another with bubbles (made of non-stain solution). As with many children’s games, playing “keepy uppy” may at times become boisterous and unpredictable. If you do not wish to participate in these games, we recommend you leave the theatre after curtain call.
A limited number of exclusive VIP tickets are available. VIP tickets include the best seats in the theater, post show photo opportunity with Bluey, and an exclusive souvenir item. Additional details will be sent in an email closer to the performance.
Special rates available for groups of 10+.
A glorious celebration of everything you love about the show
Voted one of the best TV shows of 2020.
Bluey is a triumph of good-natured naturalism, a clarion understanding of what play really feels like and its importance in childhood.